Muskrat Portage wrote:*(I've attended the first two official onlines, which were actually the second and fourth, no-one at the first but me..then, Christian, I and a few stalwarts showed up at the spontaneous third!).
K-Mile wrote:Muskrat Portage wrote:*(I've attended the first two official onlines, which were actually the second and fourth, no-one at the first but me..then, Christian, I and a few stalwarts showed up at the spontaneous third!).
And there was the Wednesday tasting right before the first official one
Mr Fjeld wrote:No need for detox for any of us Peter! I'd lost a day here or there but the worst thing is I seem to have lost a whole season. Where did the summer go?
Any news on the tasting yet - date etc?
Ganga wrote:Isn't the November tasting coming up shortly? What will everyone be bringing to the table?
Di Blasi wrote:Sorry not to join in, recuperating from eating something foul last night, and even worse, no Glenlivet!!
Danny wrote:Well being new and looking at my present inventory, I have a lot of Macallan, Laddie, Talisker, HP, but am agreeable to any thing.
Ganga wrote:Ok lads, have we decided that it is an Aberlour evening/afternoon? When should we attempt such an endeavor?
As it's a "go" for us, what time do you want to start? Is 11:00 pm your time too late? I work a regular as opposed to early shift tomorrow so won't be off until 4 pm.Di Blasi wrote:I have no Aberlour, and have other things on my "whisky shopping list" ahead of Aberlour, so I'll miss out on that one. Friday is looking good for Muskrat Portage's an my repeat Glenlivet tasting if others wanna join, please do!
Johnathan: No problem I'll touch base to see where we stand. Saturday afternoon for me/ evening for you may be an option to pursue as well. Must keep the little missy happy!Di Blasi wrote:Just checked with the missy and she says we may meet up with some friends later in the evening, about 10pm my time, so I won't be able to confirm til later tomorrow afternoon/evening. Okay to confirm then??
Di Blasi wrote:Looks like I'll be staying in afterall, but not sure what time I'll be on as I'm planning to have some wine and cheese when the woman of the house returns from work.
Di Blasi wrote:I'm back tasting the Glenlivet 12y now. Damn good whisky, just perfectly hitting the spot, my mood! Fresh, fruity, not too light but easy drinking and enjoyable!
Yeah, I tried, with disasterous results. Must have run into a "bug" or a "bot".Di Blasi wrote:Yes, the "Tasting Note" tab is just below and slightly to the right of the "Save Preview Submit" button!! Click it and see what happens!!