johan brugge wrote:I've been waiting for this thread for two months now! I've got quite a few bottles that can leave my cabinet.
AdamMY wrote:First bottle to bite the dust this April for me ( it is 3 minutes past midnight as I write this) Glen Moray Classic.
Rubbing alcohol, and banana's on the nose, slight touch of lemon, with a nice hint of gelatin candy. The flavor hasn't improved much with the bottle being open, almost tastes like I imagine a lemon scented cleaner would taste, a good bit of lemon and malt, and a strong bit of alcohol. Somehow it works decently but not amazing. Finish is nearly non existent.
Ganga wrote:How can you decide if you are or are not a fan w/o actually trying it?
Ganga wrote:End of the Buffalo Trace. This one is very nice although it has some vegetal notes that aren't my favorite. This bottle was opened for New Year's so it didn't last all that long. I think the vegetal notes have strengthened with the time though.
pkt77242 wrote:Teachers. I liked it when it was first opened, then it got a little astringent in the middle and now it is pretty good again. Some grains, some soft peat, and some farmyard notes. Solid and I will probably buy again sometime down the road
lockejn wrote:AnCnoc 16. I rather enjoyed this one all the way through - it surprised me. One of the better whiskies - and better values - in this style. Would love to try it with a few more years.