Reggaeblues wrote:And the glengoyne, which I love, is known as a TOTALLY unpeated whisky!
Cragganmore 12 and Glengoyne 10 tonight... the former didn't impressed me at all (I have my notes, don't worry) but I must say I was really inspired by the latter -- flowers and horses! So tender yet wild. Indian summer, apples, stables, tea, raisins and sunset. It reminded me of JWBL...
I'll give you all my full presentation later on, after sampling my chosen dozen completely.
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