Straight Forward Advice
I know that advice on whiskey is a dime a dozen. So, here is my two cents.
Everyday sippin scotch: Old Smuggler, Grants, Cutty Sark
Hosting: Glennfidich, Glennlivet, Lismore
Good stuff: MacPhail series, Famouse Grouse, Teacher's Cream
My opinion and I know I may get flack...is that Old Smuggler is the best all around scotch for personal sippin. My ancestors are MacPhail series scotch and I highly recommend them for the best scotch you ever had. I think many have made whisky advice into something too complicated. I am a huge and I mean HUGE scotch fan... been tasting for many years. My all time favorite is Atholl Brose by Gordon and MacPhail...absolutely awesome!
Love the advice - THANKS for sharing! :D
As per an earlier post, for a very peated blend, try Islay Mist. For under $25 you're getting 50% Laphroaig. Super value.
As for Atholl Brose, technically, it isn't a whisky and is a liqueur. It's bottled and 35% ABV and has additives. Both prevent it from being called whisky. That said, it is one of the most complex, high-quality and marvelous liqueurs in the world. Compare it to Glayva or Drambuie and the only comparison is that there is none! The base spirit is Benromach now. Phenomenal!
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