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My "everyday" Scotch is one of these two:

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This is my special occasion choice right now:

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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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just tried this last week... nice stuff.

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My personal favorite.

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Enjoying Lagavulin 16 lately.

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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

Start now. I started when I was about 22. I'm 25 now and it's my drink of choice. Fight through the peatiness and learn to enjoy.

I have two nice bottles, but can't drink the stuff on the rocks. Is there any other way to drink it?

I second whiskey rocks. But also, what I do sometimes that works well is I have a Deer Park bottle on my bar, I fill up just a capful with room temperature water (not tap water) and pour it in to about a 2 oz pour. Does well to cut the bite, but with the right scotch you won't need to (or want to).

This is my day to day:

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But I recently had this at a Whiskey Bar in D.C. called Jack Rose (Praise Allah, a place with over 200 kinds of whiskey) and it totally blew my mind. I'm currently on the hunt for a bottle:

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Start now. I started when I was about 22. I'm 25 now and it's my drink of choice. Fight through the peatiness and learn to enjoy.

I second whiskey rocks. But also, what I do sometimes that works well is I have a Deer Park bottle on my bar, I fill up just a capful with room temperature water (not tap water) and pour it in to about a 2 oz pour. Does well to cut the bite, but with the right scotch you won't need to (or want to).

This is my day to day:

balvenie-15-year-old-single-malt-scotch-whisky.jpg

But I recently had this at a Whiskey Bar in D.C. called Jack Rose (Praise Allah, a place with over 200 kinds of whiskey) and it totally blew my mind. I'm currently on the hunt for a bottle:

auchentoshan-three-wood-single-malt-scotch.gif

I much prefer the 14 to the 15.

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i love the macallan. 12 and 15 years are both phenomenal. i'd take either one over johnnie blue any day

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i love the macallan. 12 and 15 years are both phenomenal. i'd take either one over johnnie blue any day

A good single malt>any blended IMO. Try the Macallan fine oak. Either the 15 17 18 or 21 is fine. some feel the 21 was too strong. My personal fav is the 15

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Talisker 10 years and beyond.

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