Please let me know if you are interested and which date you prefer.
To me, Christmas Drams mean rich, slightly heavier ones and probably sherry-matured. Feel free to post your own thoughts about your idea of them.
Are people interested in this or not?
I would really like to see the tasting date closer to Christmas (thus a Christmas dram) but with my work schedule the 13th looks like my only real day/night off for the month.
Glenfarclas Quarter Cask
However, I will try to think of a couple of lighter ones which would be good starters for a tasting.
If you would like to be included please PM me as I need to know numbers for samples.
Once I know numbers I will advise further about drams and prices including all postage costs.
From now on I will continue to frequent the forum, but after all the various recent events I will stick to inane chat and offer no more tasting notes, Arc blog, whisky & food recommendations or tastings.
Thanks to all who have supported me and the pub until now.
LagaDrinker wrote:Its a real shame you feel like that MT I was really looking forward to your tasting. Is there not another way around this?
Well actually there is. Even though Malty has canceled his side of the Christmas tasting I on the other hand am still planning for a Christmas dramming on Dec. 13th with or without MT's blessings (or anybody else for that matter!). Just because one person wants to take his blocks and go home doesn't mean we can't still play!
I wouldn't mind buying someting special for such an occasion.
MT, your tasting is not going to continue for sure?
1. Aberlour 18 yo (43%)
2. Old Pulteney 1990 59.0% (distilled 15/10/1990 bottled 26/05/06)
3. SMWS 2.35 61.0% (distilled Mar 76 bottled Feb 01 - i don't know how it's still unopen)
And a wee spot left of
4. Bowmore 1991 57.7% (Queen of the Moorlands 199 bottles)
Plenty of time to distribute samples. If you're interested in 1 to 3, please send me a PM. (Sorry but there's not enough of number 4 to share around).
Although my idea of Christmas drams is heavily biased in favour of the sherried ones, I felt that it should also include something not so heavy.
I would have started with a couple of lighter and more complex drams, then moved on to the heavier ones.
I do hope you come up with your own excellent suggestions / flights.
Enjoy your tasting.
Enjoy your forum.
I apologise to you personally as I initially mistook your error as one of intent. That was my mistake and one for which I publicy apologise.
Otherwise, I feel no need to apologise to any other forum member, administrator or WM employee.
One of which I would ask to use a dictionary and make a correct translation of a certain German word.
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