Reality is an illusion created by a lack of alcohol.
I don't know if this is "good" info or not, but Ugi is still shown as a regular product on the Ardbeg site.......since I went to the trouble to look it up I decided to pour a BIG pour of it tonight.
I'm enjoying a large pour of Auchentoshan Triple Wood.
Bowmore Dusk, the Bordeaux finish gives it a really nice fruit character, very enjoyable whiskey for sure.
"everybody defamates from miles away
but face to face
they haven't got a thing to say"
Cracked open a bottle of Macallan Cask Strenghth. This scotch is a deep brown with a noticeable ruby glow. At 58.6 ABV, it has a nice grip on the taste buds. In fact , I thought my buds were going to abandon ship when I first poured the Macallan on top of them. It could just be me, but I would give this pour the mouth grenade label. If you like the regular Macallan 12 yo, you will love this one. It has the same nose and taste with the addition of 21 inch biceps and a grip like a pit bull. The sherry and nutty oak palate is balanced with a sweet malty background.
Often I am forced to deal with the fact that I prefer bourbon over dealing with facts.
Opened a bottle of Aberlour 10 last night and enjoyed a few pours with a neighbor on my deck. Great stuff!
Nothing too exciting or exotic last night, but the standard Glenmorangie 10YO accompanied a late night cigar.
Never ask a man if he is from Virginia. If he is, he'll tell you. If he isn't, you don't want to embarass him.
Killing off the last of my $22.00 bottle of McClellend's Islay. I probably won't get another. It isn't very good.... even at that price.