Dubois wrote:lockejn wrote:Dubois wrote:Lagavulin 12 Yrs
I'm not sure I've ever seen anything but outright praise for this one. . .
Not as much as the 16 Yrs...I wonder why ?
DavidUK wrote:slojo wrote:DavidUK wrote:The Ardmore TC is the only whisky I've ever had which I wasn't able to drink. Maybe there was something wrong with it, but it was dreadful.
That really does surprise me, I must say. What kind of whisky do you usually like?
There are none so far that I really don't like apart from the Ardmore TC. I guess my favourites are any Aberlour,Edradour 10,Quarter Cask, Caol Ila 10,Old Pultenay 12,Cragganmore,Clynelish 14
kyorke1 wrote:[quote="DavidUK"The Ardmore TC is the only whisky I've ever had which I wasn't able to drink. Maybe there was something wrong with it, but it was dreadful.
Ardbeg311 wrote:C'est moi! I've not gotten beyond the OB Bunnies . The 12, 18, Darach Ur were enjoyable whiskies.
Still, I guess my vote has to go to the Caol Ila 12yo. It certainly is not overpriced and has been consistently very good. My vote for "underrated" is because of they many who may never try it because of the more famous other Islays.
JayDie wrote:Kernow wrote:Glenfiddich Caoran reserve , i really like this.
Take what you can, but as far as I know this one won't be made anymore...
MacDeffe wrote:Apart from that I think almost all production is sold in Spain and maybe also Italy, so that's probably where its advertised for logical reasons
bobdaddydo wrote:How about Auchentoshan Three Wood
Collector57 wrote:I bought a 12yo CS Glengoyne yesterday so when I open it I'll be able to comment... Anyone had it? Mine is one of at least three versions - it has an embossed date on the neck rather than a paper label.
dramtastic wrote:Having just bought a bottle of Glen Moray 12 for a very reasonable price and enjoying
quite a lot, I'll nominate this one as well.
Ganga wrote:Part of it is that Bladnoch is never brought into the US. We NEED Bladnoch!