Rosebankfan wrote:The other factor Rosebank had going against it was that SMD had 2 lowland distilleries in their portfolio and only needed one during the slump......so, they plumped for Glenkinchie and made this the lowlander in their classic 6, rather than Rosebank.
butephoto wrote:I think I just assumed that the tastings were always on a Thursday.
Rosebankfan wrote:I know it is historical but how far can you actually stretch the Glenlivet connection - from memory Tomintoul is some distance away.
Nick Brown wrote:Rosebankfan wrote:I know it is historical but how far can you actually stretch the Glenlivet connection - from memory Tomintoul is some distance away.
I believe the answer is Edradour-Glenlivet
jmrl wrote:Indeedly the next tasting is THURSDAY (OK Butephoto?) 25th September. I plan to use:-
Bladnoch 6yo 56.9% sherrywood
Green Spot Irish pot still 40%
'Two of Clubs' 7yo Hanyu Japanese single malt 57% Japanese oak finish
North of Scotland single grain 36yo 51.1% (figures from memory) MWBH
Ledaig 11yo cask strength Cadenheads
and a mystery dram.
Rosebankfan you scored the Suntory 8 out of 10. Was this a mistake?
Star of the raffle 50yo Glenlivet from G&M, low point of raffle was Mekong.
Remember Onefortheditch I can post the drams out, not quite the same I know but better than a pint of Tennents in what was Millburn distillery, whats it called now?
jmrl wrote:Rosebankfan you scored the Suntory 8 out of 10. Was this a mistake?
Willie JJ wrote:Given that the Suntory was a donation I think that counselling with a big stick would be a bit harsh
jmrl wrote:Scott your open interpretation of the scoring sheet has made a bigger mess of my results than the last Scottish Parliament votes.