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PostPosted: Mon Dec 28, 2009 1:28 pm    Post subject:  Reply with quote

A 2000 Chateau Petrus?  It is Christmas after all!
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Not half. Money no object in your family!


Knowing my paw-in-law it will be an "acquisition" Rolling Eyes Rolling Eyes
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 28, 2009 2:36 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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A 2000 Chateau Petrus?  It is Christmas after all!

What????!!!! Shocked
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 29, 2009 1:14 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

gotta love homemade limoncello...

why oh why can't I buy some pure alcohol in the uk???
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 29, 2009 5:04 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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A 2000 Chateau Petrus?  It is Christmas after all!

What????!!!! Shocked


Joking!!  

Went with a 1996 instead!! Wink
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My brother-in-law got a cocktail shaker + kit + book of cocktails. Should be some fun evenings round at his house...
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 29, 2009 7:15 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I've taken a liking to the Islay whiskys, Laphroaig 10 yr old is my favourite so far.
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I've taken a liking to the Islay whiskys, Laphroaig 10 yr old is my favourite so far.


You've a world of tasting without leaving Islay ...... I visit the islands products regularly.... Wink  Wink
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You've a world of tasting without leaving Islay ...... I visit the islands products regularly.... Wink  Wink


True. I've tried a few of them so far, my fav is def the Laphroaig, that belt of smoke is just wonderfull Smile. Many seem to write off the Bowmore 12 yr old, but I really like it. I do enjoy a drop of whisk(e)y from time to time! Wink
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You've a world of tasting without leaving Islay ...... I visit the islands products regularly.... Wink  Wink


True. I've tried a few of them so far, my fav is def the Laphroaig, that belt of smoke is just wonderfull Smile. Many seem to write off the Bowmore 12 yr old, but I really like it. I do enjoy a drop of whisk(e)y from time to time! Wink


Michael Jackson was also rather partial to a cheeky 12 year old that went down easily.
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mjm ....you'll never go to heaven  Laughing
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You've a world of tasting without leaving Islay ...... I visit the islands products regularly.... Wink  Wink


True. I've tried a few of them so far, my fav is def the Laphroaig, that belt of smoke is just wonderfull Smile. Many seem to write off the Bowmore 12 yr old, but I really like it. I do enjoy a drop of whisk(e)y from time to time! Wink


Michael Jackson was also rather partial to a cheeky 12 year old that went down easily.


Now that's funny.... Laughing
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paperman wrote:
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You've a world of tasting without leaving Islay ...... I visit the islands products regularly.... Wink  Wink


True. I've tried a few of them so far, my fav is def the Laphroaig, that belt of smoke is just wonderfull Smile. Many seem to write off the Bowmore 12 yr old, but I really like it. I do enjoy a drop of whisk(e)y from time to time! Wink


Had some overseas visitors recently who were looking to buy a Scotch, so I was taking them through the bottles I had in the house so they could get a feel for the different styles. The Laphroaig 10 year old was far too smoky for their liking, but I surprised myself at how pleasant the 12 year Bowmore was. I'd been underrating it too. They bought the Bowmore.
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 31, 2009 5:02 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

bowmore is a bit subtle for me but nice dependant on the circumstances.

Can't wait to get out of here, i just may poison myself this friday night...
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Last night I helped a mate to follow a family tradition: celebrate the birth of his first child by getting drunk on Port.

I like that tradition...
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 02, 2010 9:12 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Michael Jackson was also rather partial to a cheeky 12 year old that went down easily.


Now that's funny.... Laughing


Really?
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Yes it was.
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Michael Jackson was also rather partial to a cheeky 12 year old that went down easily.


Now that's funny.... Laughing


Really?


Abso-bloody-lutely  Laughing  Go on SB laugh, it was funny.

Jeez, I should of listened when my mother said stop when you think you can fly....... New year is a bad time trying to squeeze two weeks celebrating into two nights doesn't work... happy new year campers
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I don't find it funny.
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PostPosted: Sun Jan 24, 2010 12:32 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

But Michael Jackson is a famous whisky expert. Where's the joke?

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Whisky-De...oks&qid=1264331524&sr=8-2

Wink

Had a premature Burns Supper due to diary alignment issues. It was a bring a bottle (or 2) affair. Enjoyed tastings of

Dalwhinnie 15 yo
Highland Park 18 yo
Strathmill 18 yo single cask bottling from Douglas Laing
Glenturret 16 yo single cask bottling from Douglas Laing again
Laphroaig quarter cask
Highland Park 12 yo

There was also a Springbank 11 yo, and Old Pulteney 12 yo which didn't I didn't like, but another one of the party had the Springbank top of the pile.

On average we voted the Dalwhinnie top on the night, partly because it took us by surprise as to how nice it was.

Haggis was very nice too.

http://www.ramsayofcarluke.co.uk/

Hope our forum admin has the night off tomorrow night  Smile

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