Terribly expensive *for my purse, I mean* but really really delicious and I'm weak...
On the other hand, Gordon&McPhail Highland Park 30yo, that I have never tasted, considerably cheaper...
Any suggestion ?
*apart from "grab both and run" of course..*
MrTattieHeid wrote:But if I were in your shoes, I'd definitely want to try the G&M, just for variety's sake, and my feet would hurt really badly.
Yup, in some shoes, two is a crowd.
On the other hand, I'd vote in favor of the OB 30 over the 25. In my mind, the 30 is pretty near perfect.
However, if you want a less expensive and a better (in my opinion) alternative to the 25, I'd strongly recommend the HP Bicentenary from 1977. It was my favorite HP before I discovered the OB 30.
Good luck with your choices!
jazz lover wrote:DI BLASI, Your words spoken like a true
friend.I see great minds think a like.
I will be posting my collection in
the spring 2008.
Well, a 600 bottle collection is to be respected and admired!! I really look forward to seeing what you've got there when you post it.
Just to be sure. I have not tasted the G&MP yet but the OB 25 is... amazing ! So sweet and soft and almost chewy, dried fruits and ... Touron (nugat) ?
Simply perfect... Thanks all !
I like the "Spirit of Milton Keynes" theory better.
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