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    What\'s on your shelves for drinking/collecting?

    Here's your opportunity to show off (modestly of course-no big heads!!) your collections. Don't be afraid to list even the most modest collection and remember everything/anything goes here, so if you have whisky(Bourbon,Scotch,Irish, etc...) take a photo and post it here.
    Here is my Scotch for collecting....(I will drink a couple of these bottles-not the top ones though!!
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    Re: What\'s on your shelves for drinking/collecting?

    Here is some more These are for sale/swap/investment
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    Re: What\'s on your shelves for drinking/collecting?

    and last of all....
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    Re: What\'s on your shelves for drinking/collecting?

    And one more....just to be fair to the hosts
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    Re: What\'s on your shelves for drinking/collecting

    No photoshop, just paint to stitch the 3 pics together. This is 100 bottles and I'm up to 130 now.


    The only thing I collect are the Balvenie Vintage casks and I have them all except the 1952 (about $9K) and the 1964 which I'll get as soon as I find one.

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    Re: What\'s on your shelves for drinking/collecting

    Did you end up acquiring the Balvenie Rum Wood? and Islay cask?
    oh thanks for the tip too , cheers!

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    Re: What\'s on your shelves for drinking/collecting

    I have an Isley Cask and was just looking for another. I have contacts in the UK just 20 km from Balvenie if my dealer can't come up with a RumWood sans VAT. While I know you have it in stock going from OZ to the east coast of the US isn't my first choice.

    Did you end up acquiring the Balvenie Rum Wood? and Islay cask?
    oh thanks for the tip too , cheers!


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    Re: What\'s on your shelves for drinking/collecting

    Are one of those two white label Cardhu's the old 70 proof version? I have an open one and it really needs at least the extra 10 or 16 proof of the newer versions. I've heard the new release will be at 86 proof. One can always hope.

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    Re: A look back

    But Tim, this isn't my stash these are my drinking bottles. The stash is....well.........stashed.

    Point taken though.


 

 

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