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At the moment I'm trying not to open:
Ardbeg Still Young
Glen Livet 15 French Oak
But a couple of whisky buddies are dropping by tomorrow, bad influences.
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...not counting the recently finshed Lag 16, Lag 12, Monkey Shoulder, FF Bladnoch 10, Balvenie 15 waiting to have their labels removed and stuck in a picture frame...
there's a "Beast" waiting to be opened on Christmas day, and me and my Lucie are going on an alcohol free detox 'til then.
Roll on the retox!
But my 20 YO BenRiach and 14 YO Caol Ila from duncan Taylor´s Whisky Galore series, is only 1/8 full.
And then my 12 YO Redbreast and 10 YO Bushmills, hos both gone sour, so im done with the Irish Whiskeys
And the i have my JD, which i only use for mixin drinks.
So that makes 6 bottles of drinkable whisky
Most of the rest are also below half, so I'm trying to finish them off, the longest opened first.
The goal is to get well below 10 before opening new, but I'm easily tempted. Christmas and New Year celebrations seem to be good oportunities to open new one's.
And our now traditional "Around Scotland" tasting 30th december is soon coming up - probably 6 new opened at least.
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