Years ago my wife had an acquaintance that collected scotch. He didn't drink, so all of his collection was unopened.
I know people like that. I am not one of them. I'm 73. I drink everything I buy. I'm even drinking a Macallan 25th Anniversary. (Much rarer than a Macallan 25.) You don't see too many of those but I'll drink it anyway.Years ago my wife had an acquaintance that collected scotch. He didn't drink, so all of his collection was unopened.
Thank you! And absolutely - Irish dramsNice photos of some beautiful whiskeys! Can you post a link to your blog?
Nice collection! The number of Scotch whiskies in our collection now is very low actually, we have a decent Islay collection with some rarer distillery exclusives and the likes, but very few unpeated. They don't sell much Scotch in Ireland, other than Celtic whiskey shop and the likes.I'm more interested in Scotch than photography. I've tried over 600 different Scotches . . . more if you count "Scotches" from other countries.
That is SO sad. I buy whiskeys to enjoy them.. and my opinion is that they are also made to be enjoyed.Years ago my wife had an acquaintance that collected scotch. He didn't drink, so all of his collection was unopened.
Yeah, their whisky was excellent. It closed for reasons other than the quality of the spirit. It's now run as a museum with constant rumours of a restart that come to nothing. If you buy a bottle that says Dallas Dhu on it, it will be a single malt from the distillery, not a blend.Dallas Dhu. No longer distilling but some of their product is still around. What they label now is a blend from somewhere else. Helps pay the upkeep.
Ahh i wondered if that's what you meant. I looked but couldn't find anything on what they're selling. Do you remember what it was called?I had a wee dram of the blend that they were selling which was quite good.
You really keep it nice and neat there. Did you find the new Mac 18 any much different than the old past like when for Vintage 1996 or 2017 release?