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Thread: Anyone with a bottle of Laphraoig going to Llangollen

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    Quote Originally Posted by ELIMINATOR
    If it's that bad give it to someone who appreciates it. Moi!

    If you're at the Hogroast, I'll maybe bring an open bottle I have - just to get rid of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mutley1150
    Fair point, may I suggest that sir tries something a little less 'challenging' next time? A Highland, a Speyside or even a Lowland instead?

    I would particularly recommend the wonderful Lowland Glenkinchie.
    Distilled just up the road from me and quite possibly my favourite malt. Although the Springbank 21 Y was very pleasant too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Armstrong
    The Scottish also do some nice bottled waters, would that be ok

    With or without ice
    Thats alright, I always take my malts with lemonade and ice

    If it has to be water I prefer Pelegrino Yep the italians certainly know how to make water

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shep
    Thats alright, I always take my malts with lemonade and ice

    If it has to be water I prefer Pelegrino Yep the italians certainly know how to make water

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    Quote Originally Posted by snodog
    I would particularly recommend the wonderful Lowland Glenkinchie.
    Distilled just up the road from me and quite possibly my favourite malt. Although the Springbank 21 Y was very pleasant too.
    My preferance is for Auchentoshan as a Lowland. It's triple distilled for extra smoothness - oh, and I get it free as I work for the company

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    Nah - gotta be Talisker or Highland Park

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    Highland Park

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pint6x
    Nah - gotta be Talisker or Highland Park
    I think you'll find that these, pleasant as they are, are not Lowland Single Malts

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    snodog, the loons who employ me have just sold the heating kit to Glenkinchie, so on the basis that I tried Dalwhinnie for the same reason, I'll do the same agian. Weak excuse but it's good enough.

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