GBS Member rounding out the top 5
Are you a Whisk(e)y Apostle?
I'm drinking all the scotch in Scotland. It's cheaper to buy a regular dram here than beer or coffee, less than $5 with the conversion to dollars. Some highlights from last night were Laddie Golder Still, Glenfarclas 30, Rosebank 21, Littlemill 19...
Oddly enough the bottle prices are kinda high.
Ishts been cray the last few days. So many amazing drams I would never find in the States. I'm only halfway through my trip, and these taste that much better because of the places I enjoy them and those I've enjoyed them with:
Bowmore 30 year Sea Dragon
Glenfarclas 105 20 year
Highland Park "The Dragon" 1961
Highland Park John Scott's 1967
Port Charlotte PC5
Greer's O.V.H - an amazing blend from 1920's
Port Ellen 9th Release (just ok)
Laphroaig CS Batch #3
First pour of my first bottle of Caol Ila 12. So drinkable. So tasty. This will not last long. The dram or the bottle.