Muskrat Portage wrote:Elli: The distillers art, to be truly appreciated, must be sampled. You do a great disservice to the labours of the unsung heroes of the distillery if you squirrel it away and never celebrate it.
Crieftan wrote:Drink and be merry for tomorrow we may surely die.
MacLover wrote:My first take on this is I would say all whisky is for drinking, On second thought I am sure there is a large population of people who can afford to drink a $3000-$5000 bottle of whisky or pay $200 a dram .
lbacha wrote:Unfortunatly alot of those people probably don't even appreciate the whisky they just want the most expensive thing on the shelf. I don't think that is the best way to pick em but some people do.
lbacha wrote:I use to manage a bar and alot of time I would get people coming in saying it is a special occation or something and they want the most expensive dram we had.
MrTattieHeid wrote:IWC, I think that is as worthy a goal as anyone can have in collecting anything.
Nick Brown wrote:lbacha wrote:I use to manage a bar and alot of time I would get people coming in saying it is a special occation or something and they want the most expensive dram we had.
Did you kept a very rare bottle of Fettercairn 1824 (£20 a dram) just for those customers?
MrTattieHeid wrote: ...These have me eyeing my 75 or so bottles and thinking that I don't want to leave them to anyone! Okay, if I get hit by a truck tomorrow, I hope Bob will come over and pick them up ... and split them up with Ron and Win.