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Hey guys,I need your advice.I am moving to Dubai very soon and I can bring in four bottles of alcohol with me from duty free.All four will be whiskies od course I don't have that much experience with different whiskies, mostly due to inavailability in my country. I usually drink Johnnie Walker Black Label, that is my favourite available one. I tried Green and Gold too, green is nice but gold is excelent.I don't like red label or Ballantines, Chivas is not that good too...Haven't tried much single malts, would deffinitely like to get into those.So far I think one of four will be JW Gold or Platinum, I am looking up to let's say 100 $ per bottle, maybe little bit more if it's a really good one.Other than that, I am pretty clueless.You can see on a link below of what is available in duty free shop (with price filter set):http://online.dubaidutyfree.com/ddf/category/liquor-whisky/_/N-7x7#N=7x7&No=20&&Nf=sortPrice_USD|BTWN%2033%20125&Nrpp=20&view=grid&Ns=globalRankL2%7C0%7C%7CsalesVolume%7C1%7C%7Cproduct.displayName%7C0&tabParam=preOrder&Ns=globalRankL2%7C0%7C%7CsalesVolume%7C1%7C%7Cproduct.displayName%7C0&userAction=loadMore&selectedFacet=pagination&hashCounter=3What would be your four bottles of choice?Any advice is very much appreciated.Thanks in advance.
LOL,Use thae data base if that helps for an average score of a certain whisky you like, but choose what you like? Simple.
that Dalwhinnie 15 years ought to be a safe bet, easy to drink although no smoke at all (compared to the slight smoke in black label).
If you want a little more robust scotchs :Oban 14 Year Old Whisky 700mlTalisker Dark Storm Whisky 1LJohnnie Walker Double Black 1LOr mellow :Johnnie Walker Swing Scotch Whisky 750mlDalwhinnie Single Malt Whisky 700mlBallantine's The Original 17 Year Old Blended Scotch Whisky 700ml
I would go for the JW Platinum, because it carries an age statement. But I prefer the JW double black without an age statement over the 12yrs black.Are you allowed to carry four bottles or four liter bottles with you? In this case I would base my choice also on the bottle sizes.
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