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Old 01-21-2013, 05:11 AM
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Have the same small pocket knife; keeps an edge you could shave with.
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Have the same small pocket knife; keeps an edge you could shave with.
Yeah the Case Peanut. Great little USA knife.
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I just hard my first experience with Redbreast 12 an Irish whiskey made in the old traditional single pot still. Rivals many single malts in my opinion. Good stuff!
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Lagavulin- is there anything else?


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I'm just sampling some Glayva,A Scotish Liqueur,Hic,a beatiful smooth Wee Drop with a beatiful MOORish taste,I thoroughly recomend it.
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Three jugs of The Grouse is the first thing on the supply list for my annual extended road trip. The camp scotch is backed up with a couple, three fine single malts.
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Glenmorangie aged in port barrels.

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Have yet to sip any Whisky laid up in old Oporto barrels that wasn't 'Good Stuff.' Odd part is majority of those old Oporto barrels were originally American Oak used for Tennessee Whiskey. "What Goes Around, Comes Around?"
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Certainly my favorite Islay malt. But, there are others: Laphroig, Caol Ila, Ardberg, Bowmore, etc. The "Cul" is seeing more and more time in my snifter lately............

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