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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by Batesmotel, Mar 1, 2013.
Thanks. All other scotch tastes watered down and sweet to me now. I love the iodine peat monster.
At least one will likely get flushed.
If you think about it, ironically it all get's flushed down the toilet eventually, but I wouldn't mind if I passed it through my kidneys first.
And yet there were some delightfully social fish for a day
I heard it was one hell of a party!
You owe yourself a jar of the 15 y.o.
The horror, the horror
BTW, Somehow I keep thinking....seems like a good theft or a good way to screw the company.
No big loss, I like my Johnny walker much better. Ill give the chivas to my drunk friends
Have you tried Royal Salute?
Although I don't drink the stuff myself, I can imagine the sorrow of those who do...
And I can also imagine the fury of the bosses who had a big batch of product dumped down the drain by some numpty...
I'll just thank my lucky stars that no such industrial accident took place at the Aldaris brewery here in Latvia!!
aha! this is "proof". not ten years in oak. more like three weeks in a 6000 gallon stainless steel pot.
Can't say I have. What does it compare to?
Johnny Walker Blue, Famous Grouse 30 and for $75 bucks less - Ballantines 17.
my great uncle, as fine a scot as ever raised a glass, was fond of saying that laphroaig is the only single malt that you can leave on the bar when you go to the men's room that will be there when you get back.
unless restless28 is about.......
Those two quotes don't even belong on the same page together.
Calling Chivas "Scotch" is being charitable at best.