pkt77242 wrote:I bought the Lagavulin DE today. I have been looking forward to trying this for a while....
lawschooldrunk wrote:were those glasses the ones made for nosing, with caps???
if they are I'm gonna freak because the manager of the store I frequent said he isn't aware of glenmo coming in a gift set after I told him it does! I'd get the glenmo just for the glasses!!!
jimidrammer wrote:Blew my holiday whisky budget today:
(2) Laphroaig 30yo
rthomson wrote:jimidrammer wrote:Blew my holiday whisky budget today:
(2) Laphroaig 30yo
Does that "(2)" indicate that you bought two bottles? I don't suppose your holiday whisky budget includes any gifts for me. I tried a small pour of Laphroaig 30yo at the end of a whisky festival but didn't have the taste buds left to truly appreciate it. Enjoy!
Delinquent wrote:The postman dropped in the last two weeks:
- 2x Lagavulin 21y
- Brora 30y - 2005 Edition
- Brora 30y - 2002 Edition
- Port Ellen - 7th Release
- Laphroaig 30y
- Brora 1977/1998 Rare Malt
- Bowmore 30y - Seadragon - Old Edition
It's wonderful to buy my own christmas presents
lawschooldrunk wrote:by the way, following this forum is definitely making it easier (not necessarily a good thing) to spend more money than I would have normally! so, I understand you k-mile.
basically, out of sight out of mind
Ganga wrote:I was just catching up with what everyone has purchased recently. I feel a bit woozy...
Les Paul wrote:Damn you people with your Port Ellen Xth releases and Lagavulin 21yo's......!!!!!!!
les taylor wrote:Ganga I'm with you how do some of these guys pull off these stunts. I mean 2 x Laddie 1970's and 2 x Laga 21's on the same day. Its just not right.
Sherried Malt wrote:les taylor wrote:Ganga I'm with you how do some of these guys pull off these stunts. I mean 2 x Laddie 1970's and 2 x Laga 21's on the same day. Its just not right.
Hey, I resemble that remark! Truth be told, I lucked into both. One shop just happened to get the Lagavulin in the day I inquired and they basically said, "How many do you want?" And the Laddies were just sitting on the shelf forever; there were tons of dust on the tins...
Every dog has his day...
Sherried Malt wrote:It's all good, Les. Now if I can just hide the bills from my wife...
As for the Laddies, I've never seen one before, so I just took them. It was the equivalent of 110 pounds. Hope that was a good price...
Di Blasi wrote:All 3 are early favorites of my whisky passion! That 15y is just awesomely malty!! The others are also to be enjoyed greatly, enjoy them dcb!!