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I want to wish everyone out there a very happy Christmas and the happiest of New Years ever, OK so lets decide, a cold winters night the snow is falling on the window ledge, you have a vast array of endless malts, what will be in your glass on Christmas Eve? Me, 22 year old Mortlach bottled in June this year by G & M, heaven in a glass.
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My choice has to be Highland Park 12 years old. Basicly because it is such a warming malt. But Isle Of Jura 10 years old will also make it to my table at the end of the evening. If I had a bottle of Johnnie Walker Black Label, that would also be on my table. But a Chivas Regal has to do, I guess.
I only drink standard bottling singl malts and luxury blends (well, Teachers is not...) because of other financial commitments. Being young today etc. etc. etc.
P.S. I forgot to wish everybody Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
[This message has been edited by Ize (edited 09 December 2002).]
me a dram of the Bunnahabhain 1968 Hogmanay
Edition, so like Erik Huurmann I will be
getting the holiday off to a great start!
May Christmas bring you all the dram you desire - and may the New Year bring you a lot more! ( special regards to Frances, John and all at Drumchork Lodge Hotel - wish I could be there!)
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