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  • Scooby
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    Couldn't resist at ?30 each...
    Macallan 12 and Caol Ila Moch

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  • the pondering moose
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    New on my shelf of drinking: Bulleit Rye. So far, it's very nice, for something a little different.

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  • Greg
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    I will pass by.. hahhahaha... just in case.

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  • Dylan
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    Just popped in Tesco for some milk and checked the Whisky isle, as you do and they have the Speyside below for ?12.50.

    I've had this before and I really enjoyed it. Seems to get decent reviews also but even if it's average it's a bargain!

    I'm wondering if they have stopped making it as it's no longer showing on Tesco Direct. Get in store if you want a bargain.



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  • RobustoClubHavana
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    That's something else my knowledge is mainly wine and spirits not the mixing of them


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  • SHAMZ84
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    Originally posted by RobustoClubHavana View Post
    Pete
    You used to have to be in the trade the company was called the WSET
    Wine and spirit education trust

    https://www.wsetglobal.com/

    I took mine in 1994/95 part A part B

    It's changed quite a bit now


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    So are you a certified mixologist? Or is that something else?

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  • RobustoClubHavana
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    Originally posted by peanutpete View Post
    There's a wine and spirits diploma?? Why did they not Tel us in school?? I might have turned up every now and than
    Pete
    You used to have to be in the trade the company was called the WSET
    Wine and spirit education trust

    https://www.wsetglobal.com/

    I took mine in 1994/95 part A part B

    It's changed quite a bit now


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  • peanutpete
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    Originally posted by RobustoClubHavana View Post
    https://www.facebook.com/justflairtv...7813275623842/

    This guy is brilliant he was my Tutor back in the 90s when I did my wine & spirit diploma


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    There's a wine and spirits diploma?? Why did they not Tel us in school?? I might have turned up every now and than

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  • RobustoClubHavana
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    https://www.facebook.com/justflairtv...7813275623842/

    This guy is brilliant he was my Tutor back in the 90s when I did my wine & spirit diploma


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  • SHAMZ84
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    Originally posted by Greg View Post
    Nice entry level malt,



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    Great combination



    Originally posted by SHAMZ84 View Post
    New addition to the bar and to me.



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    If you want to get in to peaty whisky this is a great introduction.... Didn't expect much from this dram... But it's really nice...nice and smooth with a touch of peatyness [emoji106] [emoji106] [emoji106]

    One to try

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  • Alexw33
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    Originally posted by Greg View Post
    Nice entry level malt,

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    Talisker and a D4, sounds like a perfect evening to me.

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  • moteyi
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    My favourite for everyday drinking is the 10 year old Bushmills, followed by Blackbush. Some years ago an Irish colleague who liked his whiskey but no cigars would take my lit cigar and using his had as a seal would place the lit end of the cigar in his whiskey glass and allow the smoke to build up in the glass before taking a sip. Anyone else come across this or do it? I've done it myself, and have to say it does change the taste of the whiskey although I'm not sure it necessarily improves it.

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  • Greg
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    Nice entry level malt,



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  • SHAMZ84
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    yes defiantly...one of my new favorites too... they since xmas they've gone up in price but they were going for ?40.

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  • WDave40
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    Definitely a recommendation for the Balvenie!

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