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Old 30-Dec-2013, 20:20   #1
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The Whisk(e)y Thread

Post your whisk(e)ys recommendations and avoid..ations.

My one's to avoid:
Isle of Jura Superstition
Monkey Shoulder
Glenfiddich (tastes horribly watered down)

Recommendations:
Old Pulteney (one of my favourites)
The Glen Livet
Laphreoaaoaoaeg Quarter Cask
Clarke's Kentucky Bourbon (From Aldi; tastes great; absolute bargain for 13)

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I agree about Superstition, but my favourites were Lagavulin and The Peat Monster.
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Back in the days before it used to kill me I absolutely adored Ardbeg.
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My Favorite Whiskeys are

Glenfiddich 18 Year it has to be the 18 year though tastes completely different to normal Glenfiddich

https://shop.glenfiddich.com/product...-Year-Old.html

This Cigar Malt from Dalmore is Exceptional

http://www.thewhiskyexchange.com/P-16650.aspx

Although if you want a cheaper awesome whisky/bourbon try Gentleman Jack was recommended to it a couple of months back just finished my second bottle
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Don't agree about the watering of Glenfiddich, as with all Whiskies, it's a matter of the kind of water and the proportion thereof, and I'm sorry, but English water doesn't cut it it IMO (no pun intended). Try a decent Scots spring water, Highland Spring-still normally, carbonated if you want to really let your hair down, like me-or even Sainsbury's Scottish Spring water is good. Just go easy......

Others I have become fond of to varying degrees over the years;

Highland Park
Bunnahabhain
Bowmore
Knockando
The MacAllan-18yr old preferred if buying a bottle, 25yr old if paying by the dram
Aberlour Glenlivet (as opposed to The Glenlivet, which is the more prominent brand).

I would have one fecker of a job choosing a favourite out of those. Would have to spend (yet) another evening in one of the finer local hostelries, with a well-stocked gantry, taking tasting notes.

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I should mention hate watered whisky so my favorites are un-watered
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I should mention hate watered whisky so my favorites are un-watered
There are no set rules, no matter what some say. You can put Coke Zero in your Laphroaig if it swells your genitals. Although, of course, most people will point and laugh.

Watering affects different Whiskies in different ways, and I trust we all know that Whisky, unless it's sold at 'Cask Strength', or you know someone who is willing to risk blacklisting by the entire Scots Whisky industry by smuggling the 'raw' product out of the Distillery, is actually 'watered down', albeit with water from the same source as used in the original process.
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When I used to drink, it was always a no no to add anything!
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I should mention hate watered whisky so my favorites are un-watered
I don't water my whisky down unless it would benefit from it greatly e.g. Laphroaig Quarter Cask which is 48% and even then it's literally a drop or two.

What I meant in the case of Glenfiddich is that it tastes like it's watered down i.e it's bland and tasteless out the bottle.
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I actually quite like the Superstition but my main whisky at the moment is a bottle of the quarter cask Laphroaig.
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I don't water my whisky down unless it would benefit from it greatly e.g. Laphroaig Quarter Cask which is 48% and even then it's literally a drop or two.

What I meant in the case of Glenfiddich is that it tastes like it's watered down i.e it's bland and tasteless out the bottle.

Never, ever thought that about Glenfiddich. Especially when someone buys me me one.

Being a Speyside Malt, it's always going to be easier to appreciate for a Malt novice, say. Far more than the Islay varieties. Less complex.
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Always had a soft spot for Glenmorangie myself - hopefully not just because Christopher Lambert ordered one in Highlander....!
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A lovely drop, for sure.

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Glenfiddich 12 I was drinking over Christmas was pretty good, didn't taste bland, nearly got a bottle of the 18 but resisted! Always fancied a bottle of the Balvenie but was warned off the DoubleWood 12, the 17 may be my next purchase however.

Do tend to go for the Speyside distilleries, so Cragganmore is my current tipple of choice, got a 20CL bottle of the 12. Also currently enjoying the Benromach Organic, their others are quite peaty which is a bit strange for a Speyside and not really my thing
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I only mentioned whiskey because I recommended that cheap Aldi Bourbon.
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I only mentioned whiskey because I recommended that cheap Aldi Bourbon.
haha! Can't say I'd been a fan of Bourbon or Irish Whiskey, but should probably give it another try sometime
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Ok I need some guidance - tried an Islay single malt last week and hated it. It smelled almost medicinal and had a far different taste to any other Scotch I've ever had. Tried it neat, on the rocks, with Highland Spring water and even in tea, but I'm just not getting on with it.

Is that normal, or have I just picked a crap one? It was an Asda one which may explain it...!
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If you don't like strong, peaty, medicinal tasting whisky then you'll not get on with the vast majority of Islay whiskys.

I'm sure there are some tamer ones but I've not had any.
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Ok that makes me feel better - looks like I'm back to the Highland types then

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Yeah, Islay's are probably the strongest.
For an alternative smoother taste I can highly recommend the Japanese Yamazaki.
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Thanks for the tip mate, are there any others that might be to my taste? I'll look out for an entry level Speyside like Eja has mentioned before.

All in the name of research of course
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The Balvenie Doublewood I can highly recommend.
And... surprisingly, (a JD) Gentleman Jack is definitely worth getting a taste of. Everyone I've handed a glass to I've deliberately not mentioned what it was, and each one raised their eyebrows when I said it was a Jack Daniels, as it's nothing like the taste of a regular JD.
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All in the name of research of course

Try Highland Park. It hails from the Orkney Isles, but is easier to get into than the Islay varieties. You shouldn't give up on the latter btw, they just take a bit longer to appreciate. I always think of them as Malts for the depths of winter, when the wind is howling, and the rain is battering against your double glazing. On with the big jersey, large glass of Bunnahabhain, my favourite Islay Malt, sit looking out at the weather, untroubled.

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I'll look out for the Balvenie and the Highland Park guys, and will give whichever I find first my next go
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Beware that once you're finished with the Balvenie Doublewood, the Balvenie Portwood inevitably awaits....
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I'll look out for the Balvenie and the Highland Park guys, and will give whichever I find first my next go
Ha, both are available at asda - just a case of finishing of my current Glenmorangie, then seeing which one I go for first
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