martin grant wrote:Nick Brown wrote:I don't keep a list of what I have and haven't tried. There are some malts that I honestly have no idea whether I have had them or not.
I remember my first taste of Ledaig NAS
Does this mean that you've tasted Killyloch already? Or, are you counting Glen Flagler as covering both, since they were in the same complex? If you've actually tasted Killyloch though, I am duly impressed!
MrTattieHeid wrote:Funny to see Glen Ord in that list--perhaps not widely available in the US, but I've been in pubs in the UK (okay, one) where it was the only malt available. Common as dandelions.
You've had Kininvie, then?
Drrich1965 wrote:Well, with some help form freinds again, and my e bay purchased sample of Inchgower 12 (bland, bland, bland), I am now down to 8. Currently working on a mini Glen Ord, and think I will buy a Strathmill from binnys within the next month or so. After that, it gets hard
Reggaeblues wrote:Sometimes I gaze in wonder at that cabinet at the back of "The Vintage House"
I could help with about 5 of the 6. Nope, the PE isn't opened yet and I've yet to find a Linkwood up here.Bruichladdict wrote:Here's my list of unfulfilled tastings:
To name a few...
Reggaeblues wrote:Sometimes I gaze in wonder at that cabinet at the back of "The Vintage House" stacked with old Macallans and Bowmores, the cheapest of which is around £300!
I've not got Malt Mill from Lagavulin nor the grain 'Montrose' from Glenesk/Hillside. The only bottle I've got but not tried is the Ben Nevis grain although the single blend from the distillery takes big on the grain content.