Of course it would be best if you could find samples of both the ten and the eightteen year old Talisker to judge for yourself.
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I was once told that talisker "new make" used to flow round the distillery in the seventies on rhone pipes and the workers dipped their cups in every day. Now that's what I call a tea break!!
I rate Talisker very highly - its a "must have" in my cupboard!
Onefortheditch wrote:It depends on whiich Distillers Edition - I suggest you try them all to decide.
Thanks, it sounds expensive
Ganga wrote:Talisker is the oddball where the younger whiskies are expensive and it doesn't translate to the older ones as quickly. I'm much more a fan of the 18 as it holds my interest for a longer period of time. 10 is much more in your face. 57 North never did too much for me.
I'll probably save my money for the 18 then
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