shulaw05 wrote:looks like two regulars beat me to my post...collector and willie, do you guys live on here or something...
Collector57 wrote:Willie JJ wrote:shulaw05 wrote:looks like two regulars beat me to my post...collector and willie, do you guys live on here or something...
Actually we both joined at more or less the same time, not that long ago (Nick was first), but I think we just enjoy the chat. There are loads of folks that have been on the forum longer than us (the vast majority I guess). Its just a lot of fun to talk to the like minded.
Hear hear Willie. A new load of "friends", education, fun and whisky. What more could you ask for?
Willie JJ wrote:And I like it. It has many fine qualities, although I suspect that JM would suggest it lacks balance.
Di Blasi wrote:Isn't that the Marsala finish or something? I'd love to get it, it's available here in Norway but I think it's overpriced at the 925kr mark, more than double of the UK price!
Batch 1 has been specially selected by Director of Production Frank McHardy and Distillery Manager Stuart Robertson, who have combined their many years of whisky-making experience to select the casks for the first release. Batch 1 has been exclusively matured in re-charred sherry butts and marks an exciting new development in our range of products
Bulkington wrote:Ganga wrote:The Marsala Wood is a 9 yo. The 1997 Vintage is a 10 yo. I truly enjoy the 1997 Vintage, much more so that the single cask bottled for Binny's. But hey, that's me.
I don't prefer the Park Ave bottling (which I assume to be similar to Binny's) to the (US) standard 100 Proof, so it's good to hear that the 1997 Vintage is actually different/better. Maybe sometime around it'll find its way to the States.