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Hi all you whisky fans there is a shop in Braemar who's stock is wall to wall whiskey you name it has it   come to Bonnie Scotland and stand out side and drool. The whisky trail is well worth the time and effort.  That's the tourist jargon finished..  I like the Glenfiddich  nice  or even the Irish Black Bush well worth it  I must confess I do like good Lager or Cider from Somerset/Devon smoooooooth

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My current favourite. I've been looking forward to this all day. No doubt followed later with a nip or two: It's winding down time folks Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk

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Ahh yes, went to Glenfiddich Oct 2018 and stopped by Tullamore in Ireland on the same holiday. I suppose I could put watches on bottles, so stay tuned. If I had my choice the Glenfiddich 18 yr would win most arguments, just can't justify the cost, Yet!

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On 5/30/2020 at 10:07 AM, Rob said:

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I thought I give these Japanese Whiskey a go.. but I think I stay with my Islay single malt ones…..

A nice Uigeadail next 😉
 

 

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