Young Balblair, old Balblair (at the moment 2005 and 1983 respectively)
any Balvenie (I normally only have 1 on the go, either the Doublewood, Caribbean Cask or Single Barrel)
any Springbank (again, not too fussed on whether it's the 10 or the 12 CS)
I have a line up of whisky pretty much along the lines of what other have posted that are always on my shelf. A couple of slightly more expensive drams which I always replace on the shelf are Ardbeg Uigeadail, Glenlivet 18, Glenfiddich 18 and Talisker 18
Joined: 23 Dec 2007 Posts: 392 Location: Lincolnshire England
Posted: Thu Oct 12, 2017 9:11 pm Post subject:
To be completely honest I am not a creature of habit and while some of the whiskies already listed are good ones and we all like Laga 16 right, I would rather try something new usually and spend my money that way. _________________ Pour me a glass please.
Joined: 23 Feb 2010 Posts: 1501 Location: Northern Ireland
Posted: Thu Oct 12, 2017 9:58 pm Post subject:
There are a few Irish blends such as Black Bush, Bushmills Original, Jameson Black Barrel that I always replace. I always have Redbreast 12 and Glenfarclas 15 or 17 to pour when the mood takes me. I have other regular pours, in fact many of the whiskies mentioned above but I do like to vary what I have available to pour and I do like to explore a bit with new to me whiskies.
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