Posted 19 April 2012 - 04:55 PM
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Posted 22 May 2012 - 02:54 PM
anyway i got a bottle of auchentoshan three woods. one day we bantai kotmj with a few rounds till he is drunk enough to agree to make suits for us cheap cheap... muahahhahaaa..
Posted 22 May 2012 - 03:21 PM
Cool dude, we'll coerced him under the inlfuence. Wakakakakaka. I'll bring the cigars. Now how do we get TS, to hand over all his cloth supply?? Kekekekeke
Posted 30 May 2012 - 05:08 PM
Nose is smokey, sweet fruit, more smokey with a hint of peat. Pallet is smokey, a little hint of fruit (citrus perhaps?), spice, peat and pepperry. Man this is one whisky with character - it hits you hard! Finish is satisfying with the spicy peppery and peat lingering.
Cut with a bit of water, the whisky opens up and you get less kick from the pepper, but you get so much more fruity flavour. I'm convinced its orange I'm tasting.
Price was only AUD$60. Fantastic value for money. I'm a huge Laphroaig fan (only tried the 18 year expression), but this definitely gives that a good run for its money.
Posted 31 May 2012 - 11:12 AM
Tried Isle Jura 16 yo 2 days ago. Tasted like bourboun, sweet. Once the ice dilute the whisky, it tasted better.
Posted 31 May 2012 - 08:27 PM
Went to the local whisky bar to meet some friends just now, and the resident scotch expert (who is a woman btw) poured us some Glenfarclas. Fantastic stuff. Sweet, spicy, complex - tasted almost like a sherry. Had to cut it with water about halfway through, and more fruity goodness came through - mind was sufficiently blown. Will have to go back and get what details of what expression it is, I suspect it is the 15 year.
Shame that indoor smoking is banned in Melbourne, a cigar with that would have been perfection. They should make an exception for whisky bars!
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