Whiskey Lovers thread

Quad

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What's your opinion of the No Name? I quite liked it but was looking for another dimension/flavour profile in addition to the peat.
It's remarkably good. I love it but I am a peat head.

It's 75% Ardbeg. I'm considering getting another bottle.
 

schuits

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At that price point probably the green "small batch". Black is 12yo. Red is 15yo darkest.

Currently working my way through a 15yo. Interesting combo of salt and sherry. I quite like it. 12yo is also very good.
Yeah it's the green.
I have one after work, then swap to my goto cheap whiskey Vat69.
 

morkhans

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I bought 2 bottles the 12year old hit me in a mess.its seemed very strong that a friend had a shot with me and refused a 2nd one
If you're finding it too strong add a few drops of water. It's a pretty easy going whisky so maybe you just need a bit of time to acclimatise to it.
 

KantSnyer

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Can highly recommend the Deanston 12, been struggling to find it anywhere ended up ordering a bottle from bottleshop.co.za for R689.
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satanboy

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So I haven't had whiskey in a while. I picked up bottle of Paddy's and discovered that I could hardly get it down. It was so SWEET, like syrup. Tried Jamesons....sweet.

WTF?
 
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