View Poll Results: What are your favorite whiskeys?

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  • Scotch

    17 62.96%
  • Irish

    8 29.63%
  • Canadian

    4 14.81%
  • Bourbon

    8 29.63%
  • Other

    2 7.41%
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    Here we just use the bottled mineral spring water which is sold in any supermarket.
    Meddle not in the affairs of dragons, for you are crunchy and taste good with ketchup.

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    Oh you evil men, talking about scotch and single malts during Lent...
    10 more days to go,....my throat is dry and tongue parched like sand paper.
    Oh where am I....I feel dizzy now.

    Cheers!...on the rocks!!

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    Think of all the good this is doing for your eternal soul. What is the point of denying yourself if there isn't some temptation to really put you to the test.


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    Quote Originally Posted by lemontree View Post
    Oh you evil men, talking about scotch and single malts during Lent...
    10 more days to go,....my throat is dry and tongue parched like sand paper.
    Oh where am I....I feel dizzy now.
    You are actually following Lent! Hats off my dear fellow.

    This is one thing that even my wife is not able to enforce on me.
    Sadly I had to cave and not eat non veg in the week up to good friday.
    On the plus side, this year I have a crying baby excuse to miss 6 excruciating hours in church being yelled at in malayalam.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lemontree View Post
    Oh you evil men, talking about scotch and single malts during Lent...
    10 more days to go,....my throat is dry and tongue parched like sand paper.
    Oh where am I....I feel dizzy now.
    Thinking of you in your hour of need...Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by sated buddha View Post
    ace, ross, problem is where in bustling concrete jungle metropolis is one to fin filtered well/spring water?
    If good spring water isn't accessible, standard tap water run through a standard carbon filter will do just fine for your living room. Usually, the preference of spring water has to do with using the same spring water (or water source in general) used in the distillation process. However, this is near impossible unless you are doing a tasting at the actual distillery itself.

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    I'm getting married in just under 2 months, and I've asked my brother in law, who owns a restaurant and bar in the US to please get me 20 bottles of whisky for the wedding, as it'll be cheaper than buying here. So far 8 bottles have made it to Israel. Here is a shipment of 5 bottles my sister brought with her when she came last week with her kids:

    Attachment 36239

    There's also a Glengoyne, another Tomintoul and another bourbon in there, whose name I don't remember
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    Quote Originally Posted by bolo121 View Post
    You are actually following Lent! Hats off my dear fellow.
    Oh yes, since the past 11 years now.
    I skip booze and go on two meals a day.
    If not my soul, my liver gets all healthy and glowing.

    On the plus side, this year I have a crying baby excuse to miss 6 excruciating hours in church being yelled at in malayalam.
    Are you Syrian orthodox?...may the Good Lord bless you.

    Cheers!...on the rocks!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doktor View Post
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    Absolutely not! Travelers are allowed to bring one liter of spirits or two liters of wine in duty free. Every single person that has brought me whiskey has only brought in one bottle per person. That's part of what makes bringing 20 bottles in so hard.
    Meddle not in the affairs of dragons, for you are crunchy and taste good with ketchup.

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    Hey Benny , being an ex recce guy , (in between tanks ) I note you do not as yet have any 100 pipers / teachers / or tescos own blend , usually served to the future in laws ,

    However back on topic my preference is always a blended , usually Bells , 4 single malts blended , a single malt I have not gotten used to , however theres always time . oops , im partial to Irish swamp water as some call it , Jamesons ,


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    Quote Originally Posted by lemontree View Post
    Oh you evil men, talking about scotch and single malts during Lent...
    10 more days to go,....my throat is dry and tongue parched like sand paper.
    Oh where am I....I feel dizzy now.
    While you can't partake there is nothing that says you can't take a long deep sniff.

    Now is that evil or what?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lemontree View Post
    Oh yes, since the past 11 years now.
    I skip booze and go on two meals a day.
    If not my soul, my liver gets all healthy and glowing.
    I dont bother with anything except for passion week itself. Being a diabetic my diet is pretty much self limiting by itself



    Are you Syrian orthodox?...may the Good Lord bless you.
    Yep, Syrian Christian Marthoma.
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    Balvenie 14 Carribean Cask. Yummy.
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