I'm fairly new to this. Until recently I have only drank Red label and thought all whiskies taste the same, so I never tried anything else.
Then a friend of mine introduced me to a Chivas Regal 12 and I loved the smell, taste and the smoothness going down on my throat and thought I'd better taste more
In a few weeks I'll be going to the UK and thought about getting miniatures of some whiskies to taste then decide which one to buy a year's supply of
The places I will pass by are; Heathrow T4 Arrivals, T1 departures. Adberdeen Airport arrivals and Sumburgh airport arrivals. Then I'll stay on the isles for a few days before leaving the uk thru Heathrow T4 where I hope to buy the whisky I have already liked from those miniatures.
Johnnie Walker Blue Label
Highland Park 18yo
Glenfiddich 12, 15 and 18 miniature set
Where on those above mentioned places can I get those miniatures?
If I find my notes, I'll post the selection at The Lounge Bar as of last September.
How long are you in Shetland? What a cool place.
Edit: Checked to see if I listed them in MF2MoG (Whisky Chat), but I only noted that they had about two dozen malts.
lexkraai wrote:the Valhalla brewery (Britain's northernmost brewery, tiny but making great beers
Thanks for the suggestion. But believe it or not, I never drink beer, can't stand it's smell. This goes also for wine and to a lesser degree Champagne which I only drink if I really have to (at friends' weddings and such).
irishwhiskeychaser wrote:You could find out what they have on board your plane and get a head start by having a couple to pass time on your flight..
Good idea! Let's explore what British Airways do stock on their planes
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