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jimidrammer wrote:No website, actually two different local stores. Not sure why the 10 is so much less than everyone else, but the store that has the DE seems to get bulk clearance stuff from the distributor at a huge discount. It's the same place I got the Cragganmore DE for $39, Glenmorangie 15yo for $39, Glenmorangie 10yo for $24 with crystal tumblers and the Burgundy and Madeira for $34. I've just about cleaned them out for future stock.
lawschooldrunk wrote:holy crap. I gotta move to where you are.
Not really. I live in a dry county and the closest store I call "local" that has even a decent selection is 60 miles away. The drive is through scenic mountains so it's not all bad. The ones closer are limited to Glenlivet, Glenfiddich and a few blends. Best selections are in Little Rock, 120 miles or Dallas, 240 miles. Since the state eliminated the over-the-limit law, I just load up when I can road trip.
I really enjoy both, and they are as different as apples and oranges. Tal 10 is one of my everyday drams, and the Distillers Edition, is a little sweeter, sherry, yet with all the Talisker characteristics (smoky,salty, little fire). The D.E. really hits the spot when I'm in the mood for it.
I think the Dist. Ed. is well worth the the $17 difference we pay for it here.
But whereas the Talisker 10 is a "regular dram" that I would drink regularly, I tend to drink the DE less often due to the price difference.
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