100% in my lair with the rare foray into someone else' demesnes. There are no decent bars with tolerable whiskies in this town, so it's better to stay in with my friends. You know the short glass ones in tubes sitting on my shelves? No Jamiesons yet, lots of other Irish 'though.
Gee, Mr T' , (and now you), seem to regularly be referring to this elusive "Glen Googlie" (now with an absinthe finish). You must have a better selection than I.
Anaylists would have a field day with this
I'm with MP on this one. Finding a bar with any selection beyond Livet & Fiddich is a challenge for those of us in smaller cities. While I don't have a huge selection it is far better than any in the local bars.
Besides, drinking at home means no worries about the driving.
Oh, I'm discounting that month in Scotland...okay, 50%.
Most of my other bar drinking is beer. In social situations like that, sitting around in a pub with friends, I'm afraid if I drank whisky I'd either run out of money or end up too drunk too quickly! Beer just seems better for pubs, except the occassional shot of Jamieson's around midnight...
Reasons: -the selection is better
-the atmosphere is better (quiet with a little blues in the background.
-the barkeep pours a better measure, without ice!
That being said, if I am looking to try a new (to me) whisky I'll search it out at a bar (preferably a fellow whisky drinkers) before putting out for a bottle.
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