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On 6/23/2021 at 5:10 PM, Getoffmylawn said:

I’m having a pint of champagne!  😂

I don’t even like this stuff, but I bought a 6-pack on a whim.  Not all that bad actually, but not all that good either...

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That’s because it’s not a banquet 😂

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Blueberry Wheat Ale draft😱

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Enjoyed a couple G&T's with Bombay gin at the in law's pool...very nice combo

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Ok so I have been I fan of Scotland for as long as I can remember. All my favorite bands are from there and I used to work for an agency based in Edinburgh, even made it out to St. Andrews on one business trip! BUT I am a real NOOB when it comes to scotch. Any seasoned vets have a path they can send me down to reefyne me auld pawllaht and begin my journey to glory? Looking for introductory recommendations! Cheers!

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3 hours ago, RyanJohnson_Official said:

Ok so I have been I fan of Scotland for as long as I can remember. All my favorite bands are from there and I used to work for an agency based in Edinburgh, even made it out to St. Andrews on one business trip! BUT I am a real NOOB when it comes to scotch. Any seasoned vets have a path they can send me down to reefyne me auld pawllaht and begin my journey to glory? Looking for introductory recommendations! Cheers!

It all depends on what you like. Scotch is the most diversified spirit that I know of. I'm a big fan of all things Islay. I love the the smoke and peat. Lagavulin.. Laphroaig.. Ardbeg.. Caolila.. Talisker.. (not Isay) same profile.

Do you like sweet, smoke, grain?

So much to be had with Scotch.

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2 hours ago, silver & black said:

It all depends on what you like. Scotch is the most diversified spirit that I know of. I'm a big fan of all things Islay. I love the the smoke and peat. Lagavulin.. Laphroaig.. Ardbeg.. Caolila.. Talisker.. (not Isay) same profile.

Do you like sweet, smoke, grain?

So much to be had with Scotch.

Thanks for the thoughts! At this point I would say I like the sweet/grain tastes more! I feel like they might be more "entry-level" flavors since Scotch is commonly held as a harsher spirit (though I understand it is versatile). I'd appreciate any recos in that profile!

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On 7/4/2021 at 3:38 PM, Ben_Howell34 said:

Anybody had the Bobby Jones The Clover Bourbon? Have seen it but have not tried it. Any good? 

Did you see the review last Friday by Dave?

https://forum.mygolfspy.com/topic/45663-dave’s-take-the-clover-whiskey-collection-inspired-by-bobby-jones/?tab=comments#comment-777487

 

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9 hours ago, RyanJohnson_Official said:

Thanks for the thoughts! At this point I would say I like the sweet/grain tastes more! I feel like they might be more "entry-level" flavors since Scotch is commonly held as a harsher spirit (though I understand it is versatile). I'd appreciate any recos in that profile!

I tell customers all the time that if they want to dive into single malts, start with the Highlands. They are less peat driven and the flavor profile is more fruit, honey, and bready. Some solid options to start with are Glenlivet 12, Glenfiddich 12( tastes like fresh pears), and if you feel like you want to treat yourself, Balvenie Caribbean Cask 14. It's aged in rum barrels and is on the sweeter side. As referenced by Silver and Black, the island single malts typically have a smoky, peaty characteristic to them. An exception to this would be unpeated Bruichladdich Scottish Barley. You will, however, get some briny notes from being on the ocean. Another great dram is Oban. I think it is the best of both worlds in the sense that it is a coastal highland single malt, so they roast the malt with some peat, but you also get the seaside influence in a highland whisky. The best part about the journey, is the journey itself. 

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20 hours ago, RyanJohnson_Official said:

Ok so I have been I fan of Scotland for as long as I can remember. All my favorite bands are from there and I used to work for an agency based in Edinburgh, even made it out to St. Andrews on one business trip! BUT I am a real NOOB when it comes to scotch. Any seasoned vets have a path they can send me down to reefyne me auld pawllaht and begin my journey to glory? Looking for introductory recommendations! Cheers!

Let me start off saying I am no Scotch Expert in any way. However, I can say that I mostly drink high proof bourbon/Rye (Bookers, ECBP, WTRB, KC12, Sagmore Cask rye, ect...) and have found a few scotches that I quite enjoy:

Dalmore (12 and Cigar Malt - Both Great)

The Balvenie Double Oak (I want to get a bottle of the Caribbean Cask to try soon and maybe down the line might splurge for the Portwood)

Highland Park 18yr (I just picked up the Highland Park Cask Strength Release 1, but have not tried it just yet)

 

 

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4 hours ago, The 19th Hole said:

Let me start off saying I am no Scotch Expert in any way. However, I can say that I mostly drink high proof bourbon/Rye (Bookers, ECBP, WTRB, KC12, Sagmore Cask rye, ect...) and have found a few scotches that I quite enjoy:

Dalmore (12 and Cigar Malt - Both Great)

The Balvenie Double Oak (I want to get a bottle of the Caribbean Cask to try soon and maybe down the line might splurge for the Portwood)

Highland Park 18yr (I just picked up the Highland Park Cask Strength Release 1, but have not tried it just yet)

 

 

If you're interested in the Balvenie Portwood, grab it of you see it. It is no longer available in my world.

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4 hours ago, The 19th Hole said:

Let me start off saying I am no Scotch Expert in any way. However, I can say that I mostly drink high proof bourbon/Rye (Bookers, ECBP, WTRB, KC12, Sagmore Cask rye, ect...) and have found a few scotches that I quite enjoy:

Dalmore (12 and Cigar Malt - Both Great)

The Balvenie Double Oak (I want to get a bottle of the Caribbean Cask to try soon and maybe down the line might splurge for the Portwood)

Highland Park 18yr (I just picked up the Highland Park Cask Strength Release 1, but have not tried it just yet)

 

 

Where you at?! I’ve got an open bottle of Caribbean cask I’d share with ya. Haha

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sam adams and a fire pit for my boys @B.Boston and @Lacassem

 

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4 minutes ago, Chip Strokes said:

sam adams and a fire pit for my boys @B.Boston and @Lacassem

 

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And a smokeless pit at that!

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6 minutes ago, Chip Strokes said:

sam adams and a fire pit for my boys @B.Boston and @Lacassem

 

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Cheers bud. Didn’t want you to be drinking alone. 😂😂😂

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4 minutes ago, Lacassem said:

And a smokeless pit at that!

i absolutely love this thing. we had a masonry fire pit on the patio at our old house…this is 1000 times better. 

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An Old Fashioned again. But then it’s that, a rum & coke, a red wine or a beer (wheat, porter or stout) 99% of the time unless with Mexican food (margarita duh)…

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On 7/7/2021 at 3:42 PM, B.Boston said:

Where you at?! I’ve got an open bottle of Caribbean cask I’d share with ya. Haha

That would be awesome!!...But you might be a bit of a drive for me from the SF bay area to MA. Lol....then again it is for some good drinkin...

 

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