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I have tried the 12 dw but its little watery and i saw the 17 its darker colour than the 12 and looks better. Is it alot different between the 12 and 17? I want to kniw if uts fully and rich as...lets say Glenlivet 18?
@Joe1 The 12DW was a huge let down for me. I was instantly disappointed after what I spent on that bottle.
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@Ian_Crombie Agreed. This is getting ridiculous.
Whisky.com are working on the problems with spammers. But as always it is a hard battle between moderators and automated spammers.
We will make the first post of a new user halt for inspection before being published. This might slow down new users but will reduce the mental pressure on the existing users.
The system is online now. But I have to look more often into the forum now.
@Joe1 Last night tried the Balvenie 14 Year Carribean (Rum Finish) at a restaurant. It was very interesting. Sweetest scotch i've ever tasted. Had an amaretto flavor to it. It was decent, but I dont think i'd ever buy a bottle. Too sweet for me. I'd only be able to have one before I switched to something else. I can see why distillers dont do rum finishes very often.
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