CV is one of my favorite Springbanks also. A real surprise. somewhere between Ardbeg and |Talisker, though less "in your face" than either. One of my highlight new whisky discoveries of this year, along with Yamazaki 18 YO.
Also I have to agree with Willie re: the duplicate threads. They are few and far between and have never bothered me at all! Occasionally I see two on the same topic, and if one doesn't interest me I shrug and move on...
This is a place I come to browse, share and enjoy, and courtesies extend naturally as they would in a "barstyle conversation", but I too am not so fluid with computers as some, and if I start a thread I don't bother trying to see if anyone else ever has - but i never knowingly start a thread if I know there is currently a similar one.
Wonder what Mr. T would have to say about it?!?
Meanwhile, I fancy a Longrow CV RIGHT NOW to sip as a nightcap in a looooooooong hot bath which i desparately need after a hard weekend of gigging. Delighted to find that one of my regular gigs that used to only serve Glenfiddich 12 now has the original six Classic Malts! these things matter...especially when the drinks are on the house!
Somehow Lagavulin always tastes better in a bar.Why? Is it the element of surprise that peps up the tastebuds?...Or is this a matter for another thread?
Now for that Longrow...and then