Picked up an anCnoc 12 and I'm really pleased with it: has that light, sweet-ish Speyside-like character, but has a fair bit of complexity, too. A little bit bitter (in a good way) in the finish. The price is right, too: $34 + tax.
There are two ways of getting home; and one of them is to stay there. - GK Chesterton
Glenmorangie Companta for $80, but won't crack it for a while.
I was searching for liquor stores on my GPS since I was in an area I hadn't shopped in before. I was heading to a particular store when I saw another that hadn't registered on the Nav. It was a run down place, but not bullet proof glass bad. Holy crap! Great selection of scotch. I didn't look too thoroughly because I spotted my purchases right away. 4 1989 Mac 18's at 2007 prices. I've read rave reviews of the '89 and couldn't believe they've been sitting on the shelf for 7 years considering that Mac 18 usually sells everywhere. I'll be going back for a Yamakazi 18 for $109. This could be my new honey hole. Never made it to the other store.
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Laphroaig 10. It was a couple bucks cheaper than usual and I felt bad about not having a bottle so it came home. My wife even knew what it was because I showed her the seagull's armpit video.