In warmer weather I find lighter drams like anCnoc 12 very nice, in medium temps a slightly heavier Old Pulteney 12 is nice, in colder temps heavier sherry is nice, still up in the air between MacAllan 12, Aberlour 12, and young Glenfarclas ( I've only had the 10).
P.S.: My second would be Longmorn 15 but I'm down to my last bottle of that and the new 16 just doesn't hold a candle to the older version.
We have similar tastes in this department although the Glenmorangie port wood is a little too sweet for me I prefer the sherry or the madera wood (Nectar D'Or it's now called). Balvenie doublewood has been a superb mainstay since my very early scotch days. Just picked up two bottles this week!nitelite535 wrote:For cost: Glenrothes select reserve, Balvenie 12 doublewood, Aberlour Abunadh, Glenmorangie Quinta Ruben/Lasanta.
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