irishwhiskeychaser wrote:This is the gass thing about whiskey ... we as individuals have very different tastes and maybe sometimes certain tastes are accentuated in my taste buds and vice versa with JC so we get 2 varying reports. I have to say the 1608 really does it for me and I can honestly say it is probably one of my favourite Bushes
irishwhiskeychaser wrote:Sorry lads & Lass but I have to bow out .... I've been up and on the go since 6.30am and quite bush whacked now after a few so I'll take my leave.
Aidan wrote:Willie. I think it's like the best Arrans. I don't like all Arans, but some of them are very good. I had a 13 year old while at the distillery last month and it was like the aged Tyrconnells.
Willie JJ wrote:Tyrconnell 15yo SC 1992 no 348
This stuff is brilliant. If I had to pick a comparable Scotch it would be Inchgower I think.
JCSkinner wrote:I love the 1608 too. It's annoying you can only get it in duty free.
Willie JJ wrote:JCSkinner wrote:I love the 1608 too. It's annoying you can only get it in duty free.
I saw it in RMW earlier JC and they have it in the website:
1608 at RMW
You can have it delivered to your door (for a price of course).
DavidH wrote:Willie, I'm going to have to send you some Tyrconnell 10yo port finish, if you don't have any already. I reckon if you like the 15yo you'll like this too.
JCSkinner wrote:I'm going to have to bail as well. The Mrs just walked in the door after a week in the Canaries (without me! Meh.)
Shrek wrote:Goodnight guys, I'm retiring to my swamp for the night.
Just finished off with a nightcap of another RB12.
TheTross wrote:K94 12yo (40%)
Closed at first, then cereal and fruit|
Tangy and sharp with an iodine burn.
Long and warming.
Great value cask strength especially if you get it abroad. A mix of distillery character and peat balance
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