irishwhiskeychaser wrote:Good God no man ....
But both are very drinkable ... maybe you just drank too much o each and ended up not knowing which you were drinking
Most likely...happens all the time!
Or maybe you topped up the wrong glass with the wrong whisky and created
a "happy accident".
Hmmm. Anyone for a Cragganbreast?
Anyway, I tried this for the first time with a cold and it was a new bottle, so I popped the cork and poured. I didnt let it breathe at all. Anyway, it did taste more honeyed that night than it does now without the cold. Anyway, I retract the statement.
Now, I am picking up a lot of sherried notes . . .
Novice Scotch Fan wrote:I regard Cragganmore as one of the great representatives of Speyside. Redbreast, devoid of peat, rich with honey and sherry does correspond in my mind with Speysides. Yes, Cragganmore is more smokey, fragrant and complex but still honeyed. Anyway, I admit its a stretch, I just chock up to a "Jerry Maguire" moment.
You just stick to ya guns big fella!
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