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Discussion in 'Food Forum' started by mont86, Nov 2, 2004.
How many people here like Scotch? What brand?
dewars for me
cutty sark if im at my buddy's house
Talisker, Lagavullin, Laphroig, Aberlour are my favorites.
12 year old Glenlivet
That's for the good days. DeWars other days.
lagavulin, laphraoig, & highland park are my favs;c
Do you drink it straight, on the rocks or with tonic water?
Or all three?
Macallan 18, Macallan 1973, Glenlivet 1969, Glenfiddich Havana Reserve, Abelour (forget the name, aged in sherry casks)... anything over 12 years I'll try. I drink scotch with a couple rocks to cool it down, and nothing else. It'd be a shame to ruin something so good with a mixer, or by watering it down. That's for junk like Crown Royal
I've only had scotch when I was in Canada... Yes, I liked it...
A double Glen Keith on the rocks... I love that smokey flavor!
when i first stared drinking whisky (not mixing it in coke), i had it on ice with a splash of water. then i quit using water. then i quit using ice. the more you come to appreciate the taste of good whisky, the more you don't want to "mess it up" with ice/water/cola. now i take my whisky neat. just my two cents. . .
Scotch and tonic water?;0
Chivas Regal Rocks for Me thanks ;V
The Glenlivet. I don't drink very much, I've started to prefer it with ice though.
Oban Scotch with one big ice cube. Haaa, heaven here on earth.
OBan on the rocks
Glenmorangie, Sherry Wood
Balvenie, Port Wood
Dewars over rocks ---- and sometimes with a splash of water..
Not me ! I'm a "Gentleman Jack" man ! Wouldn't have it any other way. I have tried many brands of scotch, many different times but just can't seem to aquire a taste for it. Oh Well !
...Islay Scotches. Laphroaigh's is my favorite, a bit expensive here. I usually buy McClellands Islay, which I think is made by Laphroaigh's but no proof of this and it is very good. I've had Ardbeg, Laguvulin and Bowmore and enjoy them all. I also enjoy Glenlivet. I had it in Scotland and brought a bottle back, very nice for a Highland. Most Highland's are a bit too heathery for me.
I like Dewars, if I feel like a blended Scotch.
When in Scotland, the locals told me that a "splash" of water in the whisky unleashed some of the more subtle flavors and aromas in the quaff. I would agree with that statement. One old gent said that, "No respectable Scotsman would ruin a good Scotch with ice."