This is a discussion on Single Malt Scotch of Choice within the Food, Wine, & Spirits Forum forums, part of the Non Cigar Related Specialty Forums category; Depends on the night. Can't imagine having the same one on a real regular basis with all the choices out ...
Depends on the night. Can't imagine having the same one on a real regular basis with all the choices out there. Especially now that there are some good one's coming out of places like Japan, Ireland, Taiwan and India . I know these aren't "single malt scotch", but that's just a matter of semantics.
I fell in love with my first dram of Caol Ila 12yr -- IMO a more balanced, subtle Islay (if such a thing exists). My wife, who is not a whisky drinker, had a taste and said she'd like to have it again sometime. Which is good news bc she'll be more agreeable with me buying a bottle, but bad news bc I'll have to share and it won't last as long. meh, better than none at all I guess. Aren't I just the sweetest?
Currently into a fantastic bottle: Laphroaig Quarter Cask -- mmm lawdy, that finish goes on for dayyyys.
All time favorite is Macallan 18, but at the rate I drink scotch that would bankrupt me fairly quickly. More reasonably priced, non "special occasion" favorites are Oban & Highland Park.
Macallan 18 is one I have always wanted to try, I should probably pick up a case.... or maybe just a bottle .
There are only a few I haven't really liked but the fav's are Lagavulin 16 and more recently Highland Park 18. I picked up a bottle of the latter 2 or 3 weeks ago and noticed there is only about a quarter of it left. Damn it, how does that happen?
He's thrown a kettle over a pub, what have you done?
Depends on the day amrut fusion is on of my al Tim fave glenfarglass laphroig cask strength no and blend but it to goo not to mention black bull those are my single that r my go to wiskies when I'm not feeling Like bourbon maccallan cask strength is also another good one for power house cigar lol those two collide good luck getting up after a few drama