lwknigh wrote:I agree with Lawrence,is this the start of "My bottle is bigger than your bottle"
No, it's the start of "lets celebrate our 10 year stint with a rather amusing, non-serious bottling for fun".
Ardbeg has done a masterful job of getting us to drink young imature whisky and saying how great it is
Last time I checked, people weren't forced to say they liked it. Have you tried other whisky as young as AVY that is as enjoyable, and holds as much promise? I haven't.
,I think LVMH had leftover magnum bottles and some bright light at Ardbeg decides that they can move a lot of product and start an ad campaign with this release.
And? What's wrong with that?
If the Port Ellen sewage treatment plant bottled its end result in Ardbeg bottles people would be lined up to buy it.I hate to be manipulated but I'm such a fan of the brand.So I'll "just say no" to the Mor.Cheers
The sewage remark is just plain offensive.
If you honestly think you are being manipulated or forced into purchasing a product, any product, I can only be thankful that you aren't buying a bottle of Mor, as I would question your ability to safely be around flamable liquids without supervision of some sort.
I've said it before, but I guess Ardbeg should be proud that their products evoke such strong feelings, whichever side of the fence you sit on.