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Help for a fine evening??

Postby Herm » Thu Apr 24, 2003 10:59 am

I have been building up my supply of wonderful Scotch Wiskey. I enjoy having friends over and we get out the tot glases and sample the wonderious flavors and discuss them. what would be a good way to cleans the palate between samples and what would be a simple food to enjoy as we sip.

Again I turn to you for advice. I just finally got Lugavilin. Enjoy Highland Park, Glennlevet French Oak, Juno, and Bellvinie. Any suggestionsm as to others I should have..

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Postby r0b » Thu Apr 24, 2003 11:38 am

Ardbeg. Any home should not be without it, and you should never leave home without it.
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Postby Gate » Thu Apr 24, 2003 2:24 pm

Springbank. God's own dram.
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Postby adogranonthepitch » Sun Apr 27, 2003 9:01 am

Dear Herm

To clean the palate, I would have some form of water biscuit or Jacobs cream cracker. The sort of plain biscuit you have cheese on.

Whisky in the collection....

Good to see you have Highland Park. It depends what you like. For Speysiders, you cant go wrong with Aberlour or Macallan. For Highlanders, try Brora ( bit pricey at 60 euros, and only available at specialists, but I think its a cross between, Glenfarcas and Laphrioag in a Highland Park styleeee ( said in a Ali G voice for all the UK web readers - hes a UK comidiean
).

r0b says Ardbeg, yes, but people 17yo is the best, I'm a 10yo... and its cheeper.

Thats my thoughts.

yours in whisky

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