Top 5 distilleries

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  • SuperDrams Member Joined: 20.11.2015Posts: 12Ratings: 30
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    In no particular order:

    Talisker
    Glenfarclas
    Highland Park
    Old Pulteney
    Yamazaki

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  • [Deleted User] Joined: 26.08.2016Posts: 0CollectionEmpty Bottle ClubRatings: 160
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    In no certain order, my top 5 would be:

    Lagavulin

    Springbank

    Benromach

    Yoichi

    Bowmore

    Clear alcohols are for rich women on diets. (Ron Swanson)
  • cascode Member Joined: 10.01.2017Posts: 2Ratings: 0
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    In no particular order:

    Old Pulteney
    Springbank
    Lagavulin
    Highland Park

    those are definite - I can't decide on the last one.
  • hwchoy Member hwchoy Joined: 28.07.2015Posts: 462CollectionHeng Wah’s CollectionRatings: 3
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    Dalmore
    Aberlour
    Laphroaig
    Glenmorangie
    Glenfiddich
  • SlàinteMhath Member SlàinteMhath Joined: 09.10.2016Posts: 134CollectionOslo Whisky ClubRatings: 149
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    My 'Top Five' are the following:

    1. Lagavulin
    2. Yamazaki
    3. Springbank
    4. Caol Ila
    5. Glendronach

    Slàinte Mhath!

    That's what I do. I drink, and I know things.” (Tyrion Lannister)

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  • [Deleted User] Joined: 04.12.2016Posts: 0CollectionJohn's CollectionRatings: 0
    , edited January 10 2017 at 12:56PM
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    1. Glenmorangie

    2. Glenfiddich

    3. Glenfarclas

    4. Highland Park

    5. Laphroaig
    SCOTT: I found this on Ganymood, er, Ganymede.
    TOMAR: What is it?
    SCOTT: Well, it's, er. (peers at it, sniffs it) It's green.
  • toddstevens4 Member Joined: 14.04.2016Posts: 23Collectiontoddstevens4s CollectionRatings: 4
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    1-Laphroaig (they are reasonably priced, and offer an uncolored and unchill-filtered cask strength 10 year old at a reasonable price as well.)
    2- Woodford Reserve (pot stills used in bourbon production, who wouldn't want that?)
    3- Ardbeg (craft offerings, decent price, good casks)
    4- Craigellachie (nothing else like it in Speyside, love the spent match and lemon-beer notes, also their 13 and 17 year old are priced well)
    5-   no 5th due to lack of experience. I guess any true craft distillery that gives uncolored and unchill-filtered offerings as standard.
    Todd Stevens
  • Shmotch Member Joined: 29.11.2016Posts: 45Ratings: 0
    , edited January 13 2017 at 2:37PM
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    @Godslayer

    in no order and subject to change; Laphroiag, Mortlach, Caol Ila, Glenfarclas, Talisker 

    almost breaking into into the top five - Clynelish, Ardbeg, Aberlour, Macallan, Old Pulteney, Springbank
  • Carbon111 Member Carbon111 Joined: 20.07.2016Posts: 4CollectionCarbon111s CollectionRatings: 0
    , edited January 23 2017 at 10:06AM
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    In no particular order:

    Talisker - the 10, 18 and 30 are all superb
    Benriach - quite varied products, always excellent
    Glendronach - the 12 and 18 are fab
    Highland Park - the 12, 15 and Dark Origins are all wonderful
    Ardbeg - their Uigeadail and 10 are my favorite peated Islay malts

  • Chappers Member Chappers Joined: 27.11.2016Posts: 21CollectionChappers' CollectionRatings: 5
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    In no particular order:

    • Glengoyne
    • Glendronach
    • Balvenie
    • Glenmorangie
    • Glenlivet
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