Matt Page wrote:Ok, onto the 15 French Oak (but feel free to keep with the 12 for a while)
Like I have a choice? Maybe I'll wander into the Fr Oak 12 in a moment.
Ian Logan wrote:Mr Fjeld,
I love what I do with a passion, hopefully those of you have met will have seen that. Been involved in selling and marketing of whisky(a little in other spirits and wines) for over 20 years now. Started with a very small family business in Ayr called Iannotti Bros where I had the best experiences you could wish for. have spent time living in the US as a brand Ambassador. Now after spending time working with retired Master Distiller Jim Cryle I am also making whisky with the Sma'Still at Glenlivet.
Mr Fjeld wrote:I cannot help noticing that many of todays tasting notes are fairly similar! Must be a consistent whisky which is easy for most of us to understand. And equally favourable comments on it too
Ian Logan wrote:Sorry Matt, cant say for that one. The lynching mob would be at the gates for me on Monday morning
Ian Logan wrote:... This for me is the ideal balance of sheey and bourbon matured whiskies in the Glenlivet range.
Matt Page wrote: Ian, I've always thought it would be nice to have 1/3 sized bottles, one of each in a set would be nice. But I guess there's alot of work that goes into something like that.
Mr Fjeld wrote:Matt Page wrote: Ian, I've always thought it would be nice to have 1/3 sized bottles, one of each in a set would be nice. But I guess there's alot of work that goes into something like that.
Indeed! Would be great to have more options like this. A gift pack with 20cl bottles representing the whole range would be great for gift purposes and for tasting - what a perfect way to find a favourite!
Ian Logan wrote:old church pews also though please dont lick them to see