My last single malt was...

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My last single malt was...

Postby Rudolph Hucker » Mon Nov 18, 2002 10:45 am

OK folks, it's Monday. Long, long way to go to the weekend, so let's brighten things up a little by finding out what we have been drinking. All you do is post the last single malt you had and when - simple huh?

Me? I had an Aberlour 10 yo as a Sunday nightcap.

What about you?

Cheers

Rudolph

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Postby Aidan » Mon Nov 18, 2002 11:35 am

I had a Lagavulun in a nearby pub (in Dublin) last week. I had not had one in a long time and wondered had my taste changed since. I can still taste it and all my ailments have been cured. Not my favourate by a long stretch, but very interesting and enjoyable.

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Postby Nikwik » Mon Nov 18, 2002 12:16 pm

Talisker 1979 (21 y Image) from Cadenhead. Cask strength and absolutely delicious...

Where? In front of the telly Saturday night watching "Full Metal Jacket". M-I-C...

/Niklas

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Postby Nikwik » Mon Nov 18, 2002 12:17 pm

Sorry for the red smiley. Where did that come from..?

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Postby Gate » Mon Nov 18, 2002 12:30 pm

I had some Glengoyne (10 y.o.) last night (Sunday)while watching a load of old toot about a wartime detective.

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Postby heer.veer » Mon Nov 18, 2002 1:50 pm

I had an Aberlour 11 Aberdeen.

After some work at 2 at night.

I´m still not shure if I like it. Not a lot of priate bottlings around of Aberlour and maybe they sold this cask off because it´s not as good as the "normal" cask?

I will have an Aberlour 12 DoubleCask tonight

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Postby heer.veer » Mon Nov 18, 2002 1:50 pm

I had an Aberlour 11 Aberdeen.

After some work at 2 at night.

I´m still not shure if I like it. Not a lot of priate bottlings around of Aberlour and maybe they sold this cask off because it´s not as good as the "normal" cask?

I will have an Aberlour 12 DoubleCask tonight

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Postby JUERG GLUTZ-KURMANN » Mon Nov 18, 2002 3:18 pm

Hi there,

My digestive dram was a Glenturret 80/97 from the Scotch Malt Whisky Society. Still a beautiful Whisky although the bottle is opened for a long time. Before that my aperitif was a crazy good TEN of Ardbeg. My God, long live Scotland with such an array of fine Whiskies!! What would we drink if Whisky didn't exist?

Slainte mhor,
Juerg

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Postby hpulley » Mon Nov 18, 2002 4:02 pm

I had a shot of The Dalmore 12yo last (Sunday) night after my son went to bed, to relax.

Harry

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Postby Jenny » Mon Nov 18, 2002 4:04 pm

Either Auchentoshan Three Wood (11Y), Imperial Calvados Finish (12Y), Macallan (12Y) or a Craggenmore(12Y)... can't remember anymore...it was a very "communicative" evening. Image

Jenny

PS : Isn't Auchentoshan Three Wood the woodiest whisky ever? It's a liquid forrest!

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Postby bartok » Mon Nov 18, 2002 6:18 pm

yesterday i had a little private tasting, started with Connemara(NAS),Bruichladdich 10 (old white label),Bruichladdich 10(new unchill-filtered version),Littlemill 8,Springbank CV,Connoisseurs Choice Ardbeg 11(1990),and ended with a Ledaig 15.All in all a very enjoyable afternoon.

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Postby Deactivated Member » Mon Nov 18, 2002 7:36 pm

I had a glas of Highland Park 18Y on Sunday night, after a long afternoon's work...

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Postby St.Peat » Mon Nov 18, 2002 8:37 pm

On Sunday night I made 2 vattings with The Balvenie DoubleWood as the base (50-66%b.v.).

Version 1 -- with Springbank 'new' 10yo OB
Version 2 -- with 24yo Macallan OMC

Both were very, very tasty!
Cheers!! Image

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Postby nthorpe » Mon Nov 18, 2002 10:40 pm

I had a glenmorangie port finish and a St. Magdalene with my lunch and a bit of Benriach in the evening

jobs a good'n

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Postby yorkie » Mon Nov 18, 2002 11:10 pm

Balblair

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Postby Nodin » Tue Nov 19, 2002 12:14 am

Had a CS Mortlach (22yo i think) Rare Malt version last week...wow!!!
And a bit of Greenspot before that...at the temple bar in dublin...yum...
taa!

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Postby John Clotworthy » Tue Nov 19, 2002 12:19 am

Hi
Just sitting after a hard day with the most beautiful little lady, no not the wife she's in bed I am sitting with a glass of G&Ms bottling of cask strength Mortlach, just bottled in June this year 63.8% of beauty. It is rich in colour, deep in taste with strong sherry overtures and a little spice at the end.
Slainthe John

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Postby John Clotworthy » Tue Nov 19, 2002 12:30 am

Hi
just left this site and decided it was a real hard day, so I am now sitting with a lovely aberlour abunagh, a range of 10 - 15 year old Aberlours matured in dry sherry casks and then mixed together in sweet Spanish sherry casks and bottled at cask strength. The taste is so good and rich you want to chew it, then the world of whisky explodes as the fats, proteins and resins from the wooden casks solidify in your mouth WOW! I will sleep well tonight.
Slainthe John.

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Postby Rudolph Hucker » Tue Nov 19, 2002 10:57 am

John, that sounds terrific, that's an Aberlour I must try!

Last night's nightcap? A Glenfarcas 15 yo.

As Homer Simpson would say < Mmmmmmmmmmmmm! >

cheers

Rudolph

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Postby Jeroen Kloppenburg » Tue Nov 19, 2002 2:23 pm

Opened my bottle Port Ellen 21yr from Old Malt Cask and enjoyed a generous dram with a dear friend.

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Postby hpulley » Tue Nov 19, 2002 10:56 pm

Last night I had a dram of Auchroisk 11yo port finished 43% (Chieftains) which I usually find to be excellent but last night it was just OK for some reason. Wonder what I'll have tonight?...

Harry

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Postby Oliver » Tue Nov 19, 2002 11:15 pm

Last Friday, I had an after work glass of Macallan 15 in a quiet bar with a red pool table and fancy furniture uptown New Orleans. A great rolling malt! (PS: everyone else was drinking light beer).

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Postby heer.veer » Tue Nov 19, 2002 11:53 pm

I would love to have a Mac 15 in New Orleans!!!!!

Due to the weather here (don't ask...it's Islay weather) I didn't have the Aberlour 12 as I said, but took the Connemara NAS Cask Strength, suddenly it wasn't cold anymore!

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Postby whiskynovice » Fri Nov 22, 2002 1:52 am

Currently sipping on a Linkwood 15yo while typing this response. Yummmmmmm!

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Postby blackkeno » Sat Nov 23, 2002 11:36 pm

Last night (Friday) I was having Irish Pure Pot still-- Redbreast followed by Jameson 15yo. The Jameson 15 is worth every penny, it is a LE, get it before it's gone.

At this moment I'm drinking Lagavulin (propted by some other threads).

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Postby Aidan » Sat Nov 23, 2002 11:46 pm

I will have to try the Cask Strength Connemara. I read that it's not chill filtered.

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Postby Oliver » Sun Nov 24, 2002 5:45 am

Right now I am sitting in my flat in New Orleans, sweating and sipping a Gran Reserva 1979. (There never seemed to be a grand enough occasion for a sip, so I decided to drink the stuff as often as possible!).
I am also smoking a marvelous Lusitania (Double Corona) from the Island the US authorities love to hate!
It doesn't take much to feel like a rebel her in the US.
Cheers!

Oliver

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Postby Sarge » Mon Nov 25, 2002 10:42 am

Isle of Jura, I have to get rid of it.

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Postby Deactivated Member » Mon Nov 25, 2002 12:52 pm

After a hard work at the festival in The Hague last weekend, it was nice to sit down and relax with some left overs from the company. By accident, it was The Macallan, Gran Reserva 1979, and sliped down the throat like a mouth ful of fruityness......

Erik

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Postby hpulley » Mon Nov 25, 2002 10:17 pm

Last night I had a Springbank 10yo. Not bad but not great for the price. Should have got a Talisker 10yo instead... similar style but much better IMO and for less money too.

Harry


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