Recommended pricier malts

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  • reallydog Member Joined: 06.08.2014Posts: 11Ratings: 0
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    If you can find it for a decent price then try out Glenfarclas 40. A very special whisky for the price

  • Godslayer
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    I actually own a miniature of glenfarclas 40, they sell for about 40 can dollars, so I grabbed one, most bars charge 3 figures for an ounce of 40 year old nectar, so I saw it as a good deal, I thought about that malt, but it just took a $300 price jump, I may still be able to find it kicking around at about 500, in which case I'll buy it.

  • reallydog Member Joined: 06.08.2014Posts: 11Ratings: 0
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    "Godslayer" wrote:
    I actually own a miniature of glenfarclas 40, they sell for about 40 can dollars, so I grabbed one, most bars charge 3 figures for an ounce of 40 year old nectar, so I saw it as a good deal, I thought about that malt, but it just took a $300 price jump, I may still be able to find it kicking around at about 500, in which case I'll buy it.

    The miniature is a great way to try awesome whiskies. Glad you got it and ya do not pay more than 500, I paid 400 for mine.
    By the way I personally love HP 25, the 48.1abv version which still should be around. I prefer it over HP 30
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    They sell that in edmonton at two shops, Its on my to buy list, My next two malts will be talisker 25.. if I can find it, and ill be buying HP 25, that one is fairly common

  • ben Member, Administrator ben Joined: 01.07.2014Posts: 272Collectionbens CollectionRatings: 92
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    I had the Highland Park a few month back. A very definite buy!

    I work for whisky.com
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