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With only 5 million population, that's not bad. I am one of the loyal viewers of the channel....Fujikai review was great! LOL!
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Ben reviewed a few Irish whiskies a few months back. But it was just a few. I would like a deeper exploration into Irish whisky by Horst and Ben, if possible. If it's not too wide a subject, I'd also like to pose the question of Irish whisky vs Scottish whisky in 2016 OR Irish whisky's state in 2016 for the Audience Questions. I think there are some interesting options in Irish whisky if you dig below the surface and it would be interesting to see your excellent youtube channel take a look at this in more depth. #whiskycom
Hmm we could do a discussion "Irish vs. Scotch". Like the video "Bourbon vs Scotch".I'm currently working on a new studio, which has space for two connoisseurs. I'm still stuggling with the sound.
Is Horst Luening going to retire soon from whisky tasting online, notice a massive shift in his son reviewing Scotch whisky ?? The beginning of power been given over or just speculation.
"slimshade" wrote:Is Horst Luening going to retire soon from whisky tasting online, notice a massive shift in his son reviewing Scotch whisky ?? The beginning of power been given over or just speculation.
Hi Everybody, this still the right thread to leave a question for the youtube channel?
I noticed Horst mentioned cinnamon being one of his favourite tasting notes. I have to agree, as this is next to notes of coastal/ sea influence and peat one of my big favourite spiced notes.
It would be great to do a top 3/5/10 whiskies (affordable for the average working whisky lover) containing clear hints of cinnamon.
Got to love that spicy (after)taste!
Cheers, From Holland
you have Talisker written all over you, buddy! Talisker has all that: spice, a little peat, that "coastal influence" (although I never notice that particular flavor/aroma)...
there was one talisker in particular that stood out to me as having the biggest hit of cinnamon: The Port Ruighe. It reminded me of those cinnamon hot candies. Horst did a review of it a while back, and it might be worth checking out. You should also have an easier time finding it in Europe than here in the U.S.
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