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That's the thing....I don't think I know haha. Actually just acquired a taste for it during an all inclusive sandals trip in st Lucia. Everything was free so I told the bartender to fix me up. They had dewars and Johnny there. There was something about the taste that I liked but I don't know what it is. So since I been home I've been buying Glenlevit. I enjoy it but wondering if there is something else I would like more. I have bought a bottle of Johnny black as well but prefer the Glenlevit better. Maybe it's the single malt I like. So what I was trying to accomplish here was some other not so expensive brands to try.





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Sid in Lakeshore
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some other not so expensive brands to try.



Glenfiddich
Abelour
Balvennie

3 common single malts






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Rohan2Reed
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no scotch, but I always have a bottle of rye on hand.





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Cosmo
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Balvenie Doublewood is my everyday scotch.





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Cosmo
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but I always have a bottle of rye on hand.


Old Overholt?






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Rohan2Reed
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usually Sazerac because I can make the namesake drink or an old fashioned and it still works. also been using the Jim Beam rye recently which I think is pretty decent for the price.





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BayouBengal521
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re: Scotch drinkers...your "at the house" scotch?


Glenmorangie Original
Balvenie DoubleWood






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Tittle'sPants
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re: Scotch drinkers...your "at the house" scotch?


johnnie walker black label.





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fr33manator
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re: Scotch drinkers...your "at the house" scotch?


Man, if you really want to, we can do a tasting to try and get an idea for what you really like.
So much variety out there






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MINNESOTA08
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re: Scotch drinkers...your "at the house" scotch?


Johnnie black





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jpggpj
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Man, if you really want to, we can do a tasting to try and get an idea for what you really like.
So much variety out there

This thread is becoming a total success! I actually was looking for something that may be happening in New Orleans trying to accomplish that but didn't see anything scheduled. That would be really cool.






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fr33manator
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Shoot me an email and we'll discuss it. Maybe we can do an OT scotch tasting for interested parties.


<<<@gmail.com






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CITWTT
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Balvenie with three rocks(bar sized) to chill to room temp in Scotland.





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rsande2
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johnnie walker black label.


had this and it was good, then someone on this board recommened the Balvenie double oaked to me, it is really good stuff.






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fr33manator
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Ah, yes. Invest in some whisky stones.





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TheEnglishman
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We should plan an OTGT scotch tasting


I am completly for this! Here is my scotch tasting.

As I am not an OT baller, I had anyone that wanted to come bring a bottle as an entry fee (50/bottle) and I Martins keep a list of the scotches that were purchased for my tasting.

Very fun and If there is going to be another, please let me know!






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CreoleGumbo
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Dewars.

if you don't like it. F-off.






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fightin tigers
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Personally don't like the whiskey stones. Doesn't seem to get cold enough and I find the water from the ice opens the scotch up.

Something about the energy from solid to liquid, latent heat and all that.






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fr33manator
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That looks awesome. I bought my best friend a map of Scotland, but I need to get my own.
I've already set to work acquiring the scotch. Plenty of variety and I'm always looking for interesting things.

We just need a way to ensure it isn't a complete sausage fest, lol.
Maybe get some LLotOT to waitress and pour.






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fr33manator
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Yeah, i hardly ever use mine. I forgot I had them. I usually just use a piece or two of ice





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