Discussion in 'The Guru's Pub' started by John, Nov 15, 2012.
yeah, that's what I paid too, didn't like it though :/
Quarter Cask like other laphroaigs is very smokey. Awesome whisky. It really develops with exposure to air.
hmmm, how about say Ardbeg Uigeadail? how is Ardbeg compared to Laphroaig when it comes to peat?
If you didn't like Laphroaig then I highly doubt you'll like Ardbeg, TBH.
I bought this yesterday for 21.80 in Sainsbury, never tried it before.
My favorite so far that I have tried is glen moray.
I drank enough alcohol over this weekend to last me the whole of Christmas, Im paying for it now though
You won't be able to go to the gym & work out.
And IF you do, it will be 10 times harder!
Yeah i have too much work on next week anyhow, I think im gonna take a break from the Gym until new year.
A rest now and again does your body the world of good anyhow
Tss! I ran for an hour outside today in the cold after having a few too many beers last night. Best way in the world to reset your body!
Yeah i know what you mean, Sometimes a bit of sweat can do the world of good for a hangover but yesterday i was so bad i was still drunk just walking around the house lol, I spent the whole day in bed and the wife went ballistic but took her for a nice meal on the evening.
Even my excuse that it was Christmas didnt work lol
... Maybe because it really isn't quite Christmas yet? Haha!
I didnt spend hardly anytime with our Daughter towards the weekend cause of working late and the time i did get i went out with a few mates.
She was just stamping her authority all over the place, Best thing to do is just agree tbh, Saves a ****load of verbal abuse hehe.
Right, so I just won £68 on the West Ham vs Liverpool game (£2 on Glen Johnson to score first). I'm willing to spend up to £50 on a bottle of Speyside/Highland single malt. I'm thinking maybe Macallan 12yo, Glenlivet 18yo, maybe a Glenfarclas of some sort (105 maybe) or a Aberlour A'bunadh. Anyone have any experience with these? I know the A'bunadh is fairly inconsistent, oh, maybe I would settle for the 12yo Aberlour, never tried it though, only tried the 10yo. Same goes for Macallan, only ever tried the 10yo, it's pretty easy to drink and I'm hoping the 12yo is more challenging. Like my sherried whisky, if you have any other recommendations shoot them my way
If you can find it Royal Lochnagar Distiller Edition is decent (1998 probably or 1996 but is even harder to get now).
found it here... http://www.thewhiskyexchange.com/P-16139.aspx
thanks for the suggestion, I'll do some research into it.
No problem. Have you tried the Sainsburys Own ("Taste the difference") Speyside 12yo Whisky? Worth a punt at £22~ (although I have bought a few at nearly half that when on offer ).
The 1996 is hard to get and the 1998 has gone up in price since I bought mine at £40!
I saw a bottle of Glendronach 15 Year Old Revival in store but it was 98$ cnd
Lol I didn't even know they made beer in that percentage. Will have to look out for that one.
not sure what that is in £££ but I know it's worth it!
I pretty much only drink Coors light, just like the taste of it. 2 boxes for £16, can't go wrong.