In order of preference I voted Mortlach, St. Maggie, Springbank, but either would be quite nice.
St Magdalene, because it's one of my absolute favourites and I have numerous expressions to hand.
And Mortlach, because it's one I've overlooked, have none available yet and would like to know more about it.
Just happens that I picked the leaders thus far...lol.
Willie JJ wrote:I predict Springbank will win.
With my vote Mortlach just took the lead!
I opted for Mortlach because I already have several bottles of it opened and a couple in the wings waiting to be tasted.
Glen Grant which is one of my original nominations.
...and lastly the Glen Scotia for the reason is that I've never tasted one and it would just give me an extra excuse to buy 1 or 2.
Bladnoch - going with a lowland
Mortlach - have heard good things, and would be a reason to buy it
As of this vote, Morlach leads Springbank by 1.
Would it really make things confusing if people picked 2 dates that worked for them? Maybe this would even it out and get more people involved, just a thought I had. You do all the work, and do a great job at it, so I don't want to make it more confusing by any means.
Ganga wrote:If you wanted two dates, I'd suggest that the vote be for Fri/Sat pairings. I suggest that this should be a topic of discussion that takes place for September. We could start it as part of the live tasting and continue forward.
Sounds good, the thought just came to me and I thought I'd mention it. We can start discussions about it and go from there. Works for me!
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