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Yea, I bought a bottle online for $100. Its actually cost upwards to $250 a bottle in some stores. Amazing scotch. I was very skeptical at first about "Japanese Scotch" being any good but all doubt was gone after first try.

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I enjoy all sorts of sipping drinks.

Right now (not right right now) I am enjoying some

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I was fortunate enough to have a snort of this stuff over the holidays. Delicious. Wish I could find some, but then again at $350 per I don't think I could do it.

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Really want to try/like scotch, but I don't think my 22 year old palate can't handle it yet

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I was fortunate enough to have a snort of this stuff over the holidays. Delicious. Wish I could find some, but then again at $350 per I don't think I could do it.

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For $350 per bottle, it had better give me a blowie while I drink it.

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For $350 per bottle, it had better give me a blowie while I drink it.

Married life - frequency of PVW and blowies are about the same.

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Wouldn't a Japanese 'scotch' just be whiskey?

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Been nursing a bottle of this, took it out of Moms liquor cabinet Thanksgiving. Its been in there for at least 15 years...

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