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bamber wrote:However that snake embalming fluid is doubtless not whisky. I think you're brave to drink it. Sounds filthy.
hahaha ya it was actually a bet (not for anything, I guess just my pride) made when I was drunk. It didn't taste like much and I would definitely not drink it for enjoyment. Well, cant tell for sure if the liquid is whisky... kallaskander, it wasn't any of those that were on the website, although somewhat like those. I thought it might be from thailand
sgsoloplayer wrote:Hey guys, my neighbor has a bottle of "whisky" that he bought somewhere in Asia while in the military. Inside it is a real snake... yes a real dead snake. The first thing that threw me off is that the liquid is clear. Is this possible? I tasted it and it did not taste like anything I've had before. He is by no means an enthusiast, just an alcoholic haha. The label was in some other language so I have no idea what it says. Oh, by the way, the liquid had snake scales in it. yuck!
Are you sure it's not (bottom shelf) Tequila with a really big worm?
TheLaddie wrote:Marvin wrote:Whisky is clear before it is aged in casks.
Though, being pedantic, if we're talking scotch it cannot be termed "whisky" at all until it has been aged for 3 years in oak cask.
Strictly speaking then, spirit can be clear, but (proper) whisky cannot be.
I expect it could be if you got casks that were very white wood.
The thread: http://www.whiskymag.com/forum/viewtopi ... nake#45743
Follow his link, and you will find this photo:
...and this tasting note:
Colour: muddy brown, with greenish-yellowish hints
Nose: earthy, grassy, herbal tea
Palate: first more herbal tea, then turns very bitter and utterly foul and disgusting
Finish: uuuuhhhmmmm, I couldn’t get myself to actually swallow it …..
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