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Hi Guys and Gals,
Thanks for having me!
I'm from New Zealand I've been drinking whisky for a few years now but only recently have started to really drink it... by that I mean really appreciate it not just drink too much of it... (I can be a slow learner!)
I've come to realise I like fruity whisky's, a little sweet but not too sweet... a touch of smoke but not too smokey (Lagavulin 16 I love every now and again)
In my quest I've found I love Johnnie Walker Green Label, The Arran 14yo, Glendronach 12, Redbreast 12 and some bourbons...
Dalwhinnie 15's nice too IMHO with a drop of water... so far...
I find Glenmorangie Quinta Rubin a little too sweet and The Nikka Coffey Malt waaaaay too sweet...
Kilkerran 12 too salty,
What do you guys recommend?
Seems like such a waste to buy a bottle that I don't love
I was thinking of getting a bottle of Tomatin Port Finish or one of the Arran cask finishes...
Thanks for the tips
mmm I think its time for some Dalwhinnie...
I would suggest you to try The Glenlivet 12.
It has the following tasting notes:
Nose: Sweet creamy vanilla, honey, pineapple, vanilla, pressed apples and a little cinnamon.
Palate: Apple cores, fresh and fruity trifle and creamy citrus.
Finish: Long and delicious, almonds and apple.
Overall: One of the best selling malts in the world, well-worth re-visiting.
Do give it a try and share your thoughts!
@Mitt7 I quite like the Tomatin 14yo port finish. It is a nice fruity whisky and with the latest version it has dropped the bitter tones it had.
Maybe Ancnoc 12 year old would be good also.
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