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Originally posted by Salzburglilly Salzburglilly wrote:

Have over 50 whiskies in my pub and i have tried most of them Big smile not fond of the Scottish drop but i am partial to a sup of the 12 year old Macallan , we organize a huge whiskey weekend every year in a conference hall next door,a real money spinner and being the manager i get to try whatever i want for free,25 year old Glenmorangie  and 24 year old Bushmills millennium malt were the highlights from this years event.


you have yellow spot? between that and one the knappogues for my Christmas present to myself
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Originally posted by nvidic nvidic wrote:

Originally posted by Salzburglilly Salzburglilly wrote:

Have over 50 whiskies in my pub and i have tried most of them Big smile not fond of the Scottish drop but i am partial to a sup of the 12 year old Macallan , we organize a huge whiskey weekend every year in a conference hall next door,a real money spinner and being the manager i get to try whatever i want for free,25 year old Glenmorangie  and 24 year old Bushmills millennium malt were the highlights from this years event.


you have yellow spot? between that and one the knappogues for my Christmas present to myself


We have Green spot and Knappouges alright Thumbs Up
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Tir Chonaill is decent stuff
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote ScotsIrish Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 23 Dec 2013 at 11:41am
Had a 16 year old bush mills last night, very nice. My favourite is the 18 year old Jameson, it's a lovely smooth drop.
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Midleton is the smoothest and rolls slowly down your throat sending the inbiber into a state of post euphoria mellowness...... 
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Originally posted by Cabra Hoop Cabra Hoop wrote:

Midleton is the smoothest and rolls slowly down your throat sending the inbiber into a state of post euphoria mellowness...... 
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Originally posted by AntrimMan AntrimMan wrote:

Got my auld fella a bottle of Bushmills Millennium malt the other year. Made in 1975 and aged 25 years. Made in small batches of numbered casks and bottled in 2000. Wile price but serious good stuff. 


He deserved it Antrim Man after all the years searching for him did he admit he was your father before or after he took the whiskey
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Originally posted by Salzburglilly Salzburglilly wrote:

Have over 50 whiskies in my pub and i have tried most of them Big smile not fond of the Scottish drop but i am partial to a sup of the 12 year old Macallan , we organize a huge whiskey weekend every year in a conference hall next door,a real money spinner and being the manager i get to try whatever i want for free,25 year old Glenmorangie  and 24 year old Bushmills millennium malt were the highlights from this years event.

12  Year old Macallan,  Thumbs Up
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Tullamore Dew is my favourite not enough places over here have it. Usually drink Jamesons no mixer theres a club in Sunderland where I sometimes get in and they charge £2.72 for a double.

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Tullamore Dew has to be one of the cheapest, worst Irish whiskies on the market Sick,although its strangely popular in Germany and Austria and they are very generous when it comes to giving promotional gear, i have been to the distillery in Tullamore, a nice set up, worth the visit.
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Tullamore is quality not a cheap drink in england
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Originally posted by ftm ftm wrote:

Tullamore is quality not a cheap drink in england




Confused   Quality Confused   You obviously don't know a lot about whiskies.
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Ca bhuil na caillini mor pratai???
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Had some Lagavulin 16 year there a week or two ago, beautiful stuff.

Back on the green spot tonight watching the golf


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Glenmorangie with ice is very nice, as is Johnny Walker.  I dont like Irish whiskey though unless powers in a hot toddy
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Originally posted by Trap junior Trap junior wrote:

Glenmorangie with ice is very nice, as is Johnny Walker.  I dont like Irish whiskey though unless powers in a hot toddy



Fan of the American stuff myself, Jack win honey and Jim bean bourbon   
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