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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.
1Cult of Luna
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.
3  Nick Cave & Warren Ellis
The Assasination of Jesse James

Buffalo Trace (Kentucky Bourbon Whisky) - Hadcrafted small batch bourbon, love
this stuff.
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.
The White

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.
7Paul Dempsey
Everything Is True

Blanton's Special Reserve - Single barrel bourbon that is light in body.
8 Omar Rodriguez-Lopez
Los Suenos De Un Higado

Sullivans Cove (Double Cask) - Tasmanian single malt that is frighteningly easy to
9Nine Inch Nails
Hesitation Marks

Hudson Baby Bourbon - First bourbon to be distilled in new york.
10The Doors
L. A. Woman

Highland Park (12Yr Old) - Sweet, smokey and smooth.
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