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    When your this pissed does it really matter?


    should I switch to American or Japanese whiskey?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Troll View Post
    When your this pissed does it really matter?
    No.


    should I switch to American or Japanese whiskey?
    Generally or in light of the previous? Japanese is worth a try, I liked my bottle of:


    re:Balvenie/Glenfiddich, I like the doublewood personally.
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    Stick to the Speyside malts

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    Quote Originally Posted by d000hg View Post
    re:Balvenie/Glenfiddich, I like the doublewood personally.
    That's the one I love it!

    It's just I had a cooking Glenfiddich single malt in the cellar that is surprisingly drinkable
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    Quote Originally Posted by Troll View Post
    That's the one I love it!

    It's just I had a cooking Glenfiddich single malt in the cellar that is surprisingly drinkable
    I like the Glenmorangie Quinta Ruban and the The Macallan Fine Oak. I also like an Islay single malt like Ardberg.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TiroFijo View Post
    I like the Glenmorangie Quinta Ruban and the The Macallan Fine Oak. I also like an Islay single malt like Ardberg.
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    Caol Ila. Ooof, thats smokey.


    That speyside highland scotch is evil fire water. For hard nuts only.

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    Balvenie, every time for me.

    Recently discovered Glendronach (oloroso cask) which is really nice. Bought Mr N old poultney 21 year old for xmas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fishface View Post
    Caol Ila. Ooof, thats smokey.


    That speyside highland scotch is evil fire water. For hard nuts only.
    Speyside or Highland are quite mellow in comparison with Islay.
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