lockejn wrote:My first bottle of Laphroaig QC. Not bad, but a bit of a disappointment unfortunately.
SoMK wrote:Opened Macallan Speymalt 1970 46% by G&M last night. Takes time to open but it's VERY worth it..
The nose is very beautiful and complex, full of dried plums and salt and something floral I couldn't put a name on *yet*.
Palate is very "classical" *with my small experience with Macallan and especially old ones*, feels like an old car or a beautifully made antique cabinet round with dark caramel, candied citrus peels and nuts (?) then salt again and a finish strong on liquorice, the dark dry one, ..
Very delicious whisky. I don't know about the OB but this one was very affordable and was a great buy !
bcrossan wrote:Did you see Serge's review of them? I sent him a sample of my 1973 which he reviewed here
http://www.whiskyfun.com/archivenovembe ... tml#181109
Willie JJ wrote:ClubSmed wrote:Just opened a bottle of the Glenlivet 15yo French Oak
How's that going down Matthew? I recently opened a bottle of the 18yo Glenlivet that had been sitting on a shelf for years. I've spent a couple of really good evenings with it. It won't survive a third I don't think. Great stuff and fantastic value.