Nectar of the gods.
Hundreds of forum members cry out
My liver cries out with delight…
It looks like the scotch you want to drink with an old friend with no worries about driving home …
With some incredibly good cheese and a log fire
Enjoying the wee drams (as usual), a standard Longrow at the mo…
Received this earlier today from our friends at Springbank…
The long planned/awaited ‘Bothy’ is progressing well now, a few more weeks and we will have a new Whisky den…
That looks fabulous, I presume it was through the society?
Straight rye. Everyday sipping drop - but has some promise to develop after a few.
Best without ice.
Bulleit Rye is a very nice drop.
It’s been all about the Balvenie for me in the last few years.
Just a drop of Nirvana in a glass❤️
A trip to Latitude, Leeds’ finest drink shop, yielded this.
Not tried it yet but hoping for good things. Made with American oak that has been used for Oloroso sherry
I try to keep the opened bottles to a maximum of three at a time, these are the current ones, though I haven’t broken the seal on the Glenfiddich 15 yet it’s in the Caviss at 16C in anticipation. (It’s been 30+ here for the last three months).
The Glen Deveron 10 was €24 in a local supermarket and a pleasant surprise for the price.
I’ll be heading up north again in a few weeks time. I’d be surprised if I didn’t accidentally program the SatNav to pass at least one distillery, even if it involves adding half the distance again to the journey
Great selection, the Ledaig 18 is a particular favorite of mine.
Its a new one to me, picked it up at the tobermory distillery shop while visiting the village. Reading online, it’s got good reviews so hopefully a pleasurable experience when i sample it later this week.