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  1. #181
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    Re: What Wee Dram Are You Enjoying Now - Spring 2013 ...

    Talisker 10 & Ardbeg Ardbog again... The Ardbog is better the second time around & I'm just going to keep on pouring.
    ¡Geaux Tigers! - ¡Visca el Barça!

    "Really though, my hands are sore. The tool was doing it's thing with a flex hose." -Barrel_Proof

  2. #182
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    What Wee Dram Are You Enjoying Now - Spring 2013 ...

    Cracked a bottle of Springbank 12 CS last night.

  3. #183
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    What Wee Dram Are You Enjoying Now - Spring 2013 ...

    Quote Originally Posted by whiskeyagonzo View Post
    Cracked a bottle of Springbank 12 CS last night.
    Fantastic juice. Love me some SB! The Claret finish is one of the best I've ever had. I'm hoarding my last bottle.
    Josh

    "The last time I turned down a whiskey, I didn’t understand the question."

  4. #184
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    Re: What Wee Dram Are You Enjoying Now - Spring 2013 ...

    Quote Originally Posted by MacinJosh View Post
    Fantastic juice. Love me some SB! The Claret finish is one of the best I've ever had. I'm hoarding my last bottle.
    Hey Josh, could you post a photo of that by chance? I think I left some of that on the shelf at a place I used to frequent, unfortunately I don't live in that state anymore, but if I get back to visit in-laws would have to pick it up.

    I'm actually doing a blind tonight of Galileo and Ardbog. The Galileo is not as smoky as I recall, but the bog seems a little better with a few extra minutes in the glass and something to compare it to. Admittedly I didn't add water to bring the proofs closer, but they're not that far off anyway... I actually do prefer the Galileo in all honesty, a little fruitier and not as bitter as the Ardbog. Bottom line though, both make me miss the earlier editions of Uigeadail! Even current Uigea IMHO is better, but the earlier stuff was way better.

    Not sure what I am going to have next. Maybe some Talisker Manager's Choice.
    C

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    but face to face
    they haven't got a thing to say"

  5. #185
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    What Wee Dram Are You Enjoying Now - Spring 2013 ...

    Quote Originally Posted by Virus_Of_Life View Post
    Hey Josh, could you post a photo of that by chance? I think I left some of that on the shelf at a place I used to frequent, unfortunately I don't live in that state anymore, but if I get back to visit in-laws would have to pick it up.

    I'm actually doing a blind tonight of Galileo and Ardbog. The Galileo is not as smoky as I recall, but the bog seems a little better with a few extra minutes in the glass and something to compare it to. Admittedly I didn't add water to bring the proofs closer, but they're not that far off anyway... I actually do prefer the Galileo in all honesty, a little fruitier and not as bitter as the Ardbog. Bottom line though, both make me miss the earlier editions of Uigeadail! Even current Uigea IMHO is better, but the earlier stuff was way better.

    Not sure what I am going to have next. Maybe some Talisker Manager's Choice.
    Well, I thought I had a picture of the bottle but I can't find it anywhere in my photo library.

    I'm at work now but I'll snap a picture of it when I get home and upload it here.

    I'd grab any of these you see on the shelves. Just fantastic stuff, I wish I had gotten even more than I did. I'm missing it already.
    Josh

    "The last time I turned down a whiskey, I didn’t understand the question."

  6. #186
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    Re: What Wee Dram Are You Enjoying Now - Spring 2013 ...

    Again tackling the beast that is Ardbeg Corryvreckan.

  7. #187
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    Re: What Wee Dram Are You Enjoying Now - Spring 2013 ...

    JWB on a rainy day and now Caol Ila 12 on a cold night.

  8. #188
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    Re: What Wee Dram Are You Enjoying Now - Spring 2013 ...

    Finishing up with a Lagavulin 16. What a spectacularly wonderful whiskey.
    JOE

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    Bark less.

    "Every bottle is its own learning experience." -- Sensei Ox-sama

  9. #189
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    Re: What Wee Dram Are You Enjoying Now - Spring 2013 ...

    Ardbeg Uigeadail. A solid favorite of all the Ardbegs and Islays over all. Can find it for a decent price and always on hand.

  10. #190
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    Longrow 10 - standard OB that kills it every time for me
    ¡Geaux Tigers! - ¡Visca el Barça!

    "Really though, my hands are sore. The tool was doing it's thing with a flex hose." -Barrel_Proof

 

 

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