I've recently noticed how my whisky preference has changed from light, friendly Speys & highlanders to more smoky/peaty expressions.
I've always liked Islays and other smoky whiskies but I've never noticed such a rapid and huge swing in my personal tastes. This swing coincided with colder damp and miserable weather - I think there is likey a relationship between weather and my preference.
Do your 'favourite' drams change with the weather? If so, how?
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lagavulin's more ceremonial than seasonal.
a flask of talisker in the woods after the first frost.
yikes, this post's starting to sound a bit fey.
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There may be something in it, certainly a few people are asking the same sort of questions. I may have to have a little drink and look into it further
I would certainly drink more whisky in the cold winter months than i would in the warm summer months.
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