I nominate Bunnahabhain as well for the next one .
Mortlach and Springbank are both plentiful in my cabinet, with a new bottle of each on their way.
I'm happy either way though, they are all good IMO.
Ganga wrote:Tick, tock, tick, tock,
Should we vote for Mortlach?
Tick, tock, tick, tock,
Maybe vote for Bladnoch.
Tick, tock, tick, tock.
I'm torn - can't decide between Mortnoch and Bladlach. . .tough call. . .
But I also like Bladnoch.
Ganga wrote:Ok people gather your Mortlachs for August 23.
Cool! I think there will be a wide varity of bottles for the tasting since all Mortlach over here (US) are from independent bottlers and only the 16yo F&F as the "OB" on the other side of the big pond (unless someone is lucky enough to have their 32yo OB!).
Bob O. wrote:So what would be some good bottlings to look out for? I have never tried Mortlach but have heard very good things. I know Binny's has 10 or so to choose from. Thanks in advance for your insight.
One from Binny's that I've been enjoying of late is the Signatory Mortlach 1989 Vintage 17 Year Old Cask Strength for $65 and is one of the tastier Morty's I've had.
Unfortunately Roseville is a bit of a jaunt, however my brother lives closer so I have let him know that if he finds himself in the area to pick one up.
LagaDrinker wrote:Going to have to get myself some Mortlach for the tasting. What would be the best bottle to buy for a beginner?
The 16yo Flora & Fauna seems to be a big hit, and it's reasonably priced at Royal Mile Whiskies for £39.95 (Inc VAT).
John McGill wrote:Ganga wrote:This weekend, I will be setting up the September poll. If you have any suggestions for a distillery, get them in.
No need for a poll, lets just go for Bladnoch
Sweet John, I'd go for that! I'd love to try more from Bladnoch, but availability here is very limited.
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