les taylor wrote:Adrian what a result. I'm just having a Glenlivet 18 and then going to bed. I've been working on rebuilding an old chesterfield for the last 4 days and the end is in sight at last. So it's nice to have a decent dram to savour.
irishwhiskeychaser wrote:Nick Brown wrote:I'm glad it's working for you.
Ye had me worried there for a while but all grand now ... however I do know that when I'm over tired whisk(e)y just does not taste right to meles taylor wrote:Adrian I'm glad you took the Bull by the horns and welcome back. After my month off I had a PC5. It tasted just wonderful.I_SPEY wrote:1. Bushmills 1680 400th Anniversary Edt
2. Jameson 15yo Pure PotStill (PPS)
3. Redbreast 15yo
Remember your an Irishman, so I would be when something else???
Yes, normal business resumes Les ..... Well I started with a RB 15 then the Karuizawa '71 ... I did chicken out on the Tomintoul 27yo and Yamakazi 18yo as I wanted to make sure I had a fresh palate. Then had a Bushmills 1608 400th, a Tesco 12yo Highland Malt (Which is not bad at all) washed down by a couple pints of water and a Labats Ice then again followed by 2 large Lap QC's and now a a'bunadh 19th batch.....
Will let you know how the head is in the morning
les taylor wrote:Iain good thing it wasn't a friday.
irishwhiskeychaser wrote:This amount actually totaled 14.07 Units
DavidH wrote:I just heard on the radio that Michael Phelps eats 12,000 calories a day. So it's OK to ignore guidelines meant for the general population when you are, you know, a professional.
irishwhiskeychaser wrote:DavidH wrote:I just heard on the radio that Michael Phelps eats 12,000 calories a day. So it's OK to ignore guidelines meant for the general population when you are, you know, a professional.
Thanks David that makes me feel so much better......
les taylor wrote:
The thing is though, to keep in shape you have to do 50 lengths of the pool per day.