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Who drinks Scotch?

Discussion in 'Food Forum' started by mont86, Nov 2, 2004.

  1. mont86

    mont86

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    How many people here like Scotch? What brand?
     
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    f1b32oPTic R4d104c71v3

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    dewars for me

    cutty sark if im at my buddy's house
     

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    The Glenlivet

    MMMMM...
     
  4. Glockerel

    Glockerel Got Mojo?

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    Talisker, Lagavullin, Laphroig, Aberlour are my favorites.
     
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    12 year old Glenlivet
     
  6. jawjaboy

    jawjaboy Casual lead ho

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    That's for the good days. DeWars other days.
     
  7. justin03

    justin03 gig'em

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    lagavulin, laphraoig, & highland park are my favs;c
     
  8. mont86

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    Do you drink it straight, on the rocks or with tonic water?
    Or all three?
     
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    SVTNate Packers fan

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    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 :)
     
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    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!
     
  11. justin03

    justin03 gig'em

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    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. . .

    justin;c
     
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    Scotch and tonic water?;0

    Chivas Regal Rocks for Me thanks ;V
     
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    23skidoo Deceased

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    The Glenlivet. I don't drink very much, I've started to prefer it with ice though.

    Jeff
     
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    repooc Millennium Member

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    OBan on the rocks
     
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    AndABeer Proud pappy

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    hunt55 J.R. Hunt

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    Dewars over rocks ---- and sometimes with a splash of water..
     
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    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 !
     
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    ...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."

    My $.02...