Interestingly, my impression is of something much softer than DanO described (assuming we're talking about this dram). I am quite a big fan of peat tho and love hunting out heavily peated / strongly smokey drams - Octomore, Blackadder Smoking Islay and a very lovely 5yr old cask strength English Whisky Company bottling by MoM.
.... What is the usual difference in price UK vs US prices?
This all depends upon the state the item is sold in. Each state has its own rules, taxes and distributors. California (considered a high tax state) is often cheaper than Arizona (low tax?) Some states have state controlled liquor stores others are open to any qualified business that pays for a liquor license. In other words we don't have a usual, normal or standard pricing or laws when it comes to alcohol. It's all very frustrating.
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Posted: Mon Nov 27, 2017 11:47 am Post subject: I tried it
being both a peated fan and a big glendronach sherried fan, i bought a bottle last year. At first i wasnt overly impressed and thought the attempt to have a toe in both camps didnt work as well as id hoped, so eventually consigned it to the back of the shelf, BUT when i went back to revisit the half a bottle left 6 months later, (and after it had oxidised a tad) i started to enjoy it more as the flavours really came out, so overall it's worth giving it a spin i think, it's all about personal taste anyway.
check out the reviews on MoM (one is mine) they are pretty fair IMHO
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