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    The Balvenie is not as good as the Laphroiag

    credit is due to me because I can spell the name of the most flaovorsome sCcoth out there


    anyway, I pretty fucked , but I've had some BALVEMIE 10 yr old single malt tonight (20) not a bad tipple I'll have to say





    Better than my last [pathetically poor atttempt at inspiration ( ie BEll's wshikty)





    anyway , belhaveI SAY YOU fucking weird Kunts

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    ^nice to see somebody pissed and posting.

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    really pissed by the sounds of it, but nat a thing wong with that.
    Next time get yourself a good Irish whiskey.

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    yes , I was pissed last night - dealing with the hangover now!

    Balvenie was quite a nice drop last night - I just have to check the forum now to see I've been rude to anyone - apologies in advance if I have

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    What is your pissed to sober posting ratio?
    I would guess pretty high.

    Perhaps if you stick to just one of the beverages you might be able to obtain sponsorship or at least be able to negotiate a bulk price. Every little helps.

    Personally when I am pissed I want to go nowhere near the computer

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    I like a wee drop of Talisker myslelf.

    Next time get yourself a good Irish whiskey.
    Where I come from we reserve Irish Whiskey for putting in other people's coffee, and cleaning glue off glass.

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    ^well said Itchy - Irish whisky in so obviously inferior to a good Scotch or Bourbon IMO

    I should stay away from the computer , Troubled, whilst under the influence - but alas, it just draws me in



    I've noticed my local ASDA (supermarket) are doing a cheap deal on Jim Beam Black (8yrs old) - only £13 a bottle (usually £18) - any good?

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    Next time you should give a try to Caol Ila 12years Caol Ila: Islay distillery- Scotch Whisky -

    Of course if you like the smoky taste.

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    Quote Originally Posted by colourful-era View Post
    I've noticed my local ASDA (supermarket) are doing a cheap deal on Jim Beam Black (8yrs old) - only 13 a bottle (usually 18) - any good?
    not bad at all,but friscoefrankie will tell you it is shite compared to Wild turkey 12 year old 100proof crapola...

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    I've been meaning to give that Caol Ila a try for some time now - almost bought some yesterday

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    Quote Originally Posted by colourful-era
    ^well said Itchy - Irish whisky in so obviously inferior to a good Scotch or Bourbon IMO
    Its a matter of taste really, i find Scotch to be a little harsh, scotch may be a bit more fragrent but i prefer the taste of Irish whiskey.
    Irish Whiskey is made with malt dried in a kiln which has a solid floor, thus disallowing the smoke from whatever fuel is used to come in contact with the grain. This eliminates the "smoky" taste you will find in Scotch and allows Irish whiskey to be smoother.


    my top three irish whiskeys are RedBreast, Knappogue and Middleton,they may not be very easy for you to pick up as we like to keep our best whiskey in the country for ourselves.

    You can drink any old shite if you are mixing it with coke.

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    fair enough Flash - I don't mind Irish whisky but I am a fan of the smoky tasting Scotch.

    I just like my whisky neat and to be 40% vol.



    just finishing off the Bell's at the moment

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    This is a mean spirited thread!
    I just had to go out an buy a bottle of Jamesons..... to lift my spirits.
    All this talk of single malts and tasting the Jamesons(almost too smooth) is probably going to make me part with the money for a good single malt soon.

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    ^that will be money well spent!

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    tonight I've got a new single malt: Glenfiddich 'Caoran Reserve' - 12 yr old



    this is good shit - just had a smoke of the 'ol ganga to enhance the lushness



    this is a nice smoky whisky - supposedly it's a taste of bygone days in Scotland


    I'm a great fan of Glenfiddich as it goes - one of my first whisky loves was the Glenfiddich


    how is everyone tonight?

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    I love jamesons and I cant believe how cheap it is in thailand. Last time I checked it was 550 baht.

    We had our staff Christmas party last night. great fun, the wife catered and we went lawn bowling! Big night.

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    have you ever tried this whisky memock =it's tasty, it's smoky and it's good



    Jameson's is drinkabel but it's not what I'd call ' quality ' in a West Country sense

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    it's a bit like the Laphraiog this shit - fucking 10 out of 10 to those bad boys at the distillery

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    on the 'Cragganmore' single m tonight - not bad but nothing special either

    I'll give it an 8 out of 10

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    try highland park or scapa before you judge anything else.by the way bourbon is not whisky!!

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    Jim Beam Black, Not a Bad Bourbon.
    There are quite few better ones; maybe not in that price range though.
    The 86 proof is watered down from it cask strength (99+% whiskeys are).

    Cask strength or single barrel Wild Turkey. Now that's a nice sippin' whiskey. (from the tone of your posts I am not imaginng you sippin' though.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Troubled View Post

    Personally when I am pissed I want to go nowhere near the computer


    that's 'cos you're a gay cocksucking fuck!
    Last edited by colourful-era; 17-12-2006 at 05:00 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by colourful-era View Post
    credit is due to me because I can spell the name of the most flaovorsome sCcoth out there

    I am sorry to say, but you can't spell it because it's spelt Laphroaigh.

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    Last edited by colourful-era; 17-12-2006 at 06:21 PM.

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    ^^ok clever boy - you can pick holes in the English but are you drinking the quality - what are you doing right now you pretender to the throne?

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