My 10 favourite - and remember boys and girls if you are adding water rthen room temp is best. Cold water and ice tends to shut down the rwhiskeys aromatics and limit the complexity.
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Somewhere Along the Highway
The Balvenie (12Yr Old DoubleWood) - matured in traditional whisky casks before
being finished in sherry casks. There is a nutty and cinnamon spiciness to this with
the sherry giving it a hint of sweetness and the rich flavours of dried fruit. Like
drinking mums christmas cake. Nom Nom fucking Nom.
Blood In Our Wells
Glenfiddick (12Yr Old Scotch) - Single Malt, medium body and very little smoke.
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The Assasination of Jesse James
Buffalo Trace (Kentucky Bourbon Whisky) - Hadcrafted small batch bourbon, love
Everyone Into Position
Grants (Ale Cask Finish) - After muturation is finished off in ale casks.
Sea of the Dying Dhow
Talisker (10Yr Old) - Lots of smoke and peat. My favourite when eating fresh
oysters, just pour a bit in the shell with the oyster before you gulp it all down.
Auchentoshan (Three Wood) - matured in three different types of casks (one
bourbon and two different sherry). Amazingly light in body but nice toffee and
sherry oak flavours.
Everything Is True
Blanton's Special Reserve - Single barrel bourbon that is light in body.
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Los Suenos De Un Higado
Sullivans Cove (Double Cask) - Tasmanian single malt that is frighteningly easy to
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Hudson Baby Bourbon - First bourbon to be distilled in new york.
L. A. Woman
Highland Park (12Yr Old) - Sweet, smokey and smooth.