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Old 08-25-2011, 08:16 AM
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Default Re: the realm of scotch

Budget: Oban. Flavor is maybe more smoky than some would like, but has some of the sweet, light flavors on the palate as well. Probably not a good choice to get a 'newb' into scotch.

A little less budget: Lagavulin. Delicious! Peat-y and robust. my preferred choice.

Anything over the $$ of Lagavulin, and I will let someone else buy.

As a side note, I'm a seasonal scotch drinker, and that season is coming up.

My drinking seasons are: winter--scotch and reds, summer--light wines (rieslings, pinot grigio, etc.) Spring/ fall--- either pale ale or red wines.
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