lohssanami wrote:Oh...and to stay on forum topic, A'bunadh Silver is on Ebay.
lohssanami wrote:...Maybe you could give me your opinion on Corner Creek...
oldrip57 wrote:Well, frankly, I wouldn't cut my teeth on Corner Creek...'muddied' is an appropriate term, I think.
Lawrence wrote:He's being trying to sell that bottle forever, he's just now switched from GBP to US$,,,,,,,,,,,,
laddie teun wrote:Next week we'll finaly know which batch is teh best
During the Speyside festival alex and I will be hosting a tasting with all batches (including the sterling Silver one) up to 23
we had prefered doing this in one long session. But that didn't really comply with responsibly dirnking in the UK.....
so now it's for sessions over two days
May 7th and 8th in the Craigellachie hotel
For those interested please check the Spirit of Speyside website
http://www.spiritofspeyside.com/events. ... 2009-05-07
Lawrence wrote:I'll wager the Sterling Silver and Batch 14 do exceedingly well.
A grand idea byt the way, I wish I could join you.
Collector57 wrote:Better than the 14 and 20 Greg?
borgom wrote:Sorry Regga, I haven't tried #25 but i've got a #24 open and it doesn't seem anywhere near as good as previous batches. I hope this isn't a sign of things to come.
borgom wrote:It's a bit the same with the 24. It seems much younger, a little thin and flat and more spirity. It's also missing the lovely thick spicy sherry character and the balancing chocolate and hint of smoke... I'm hoping it will improve with some time open because i'm struggling to enjoy it at the moment.
desouza wrote:I tasted several of the batches and concluded that Batch 6 was the "one to beat".