Thanks to @scotchguy.to for this sample
So I’m at this tasting still. And I’m getting to the last drams I can have before I gotta go. So I ask for the last whisky of the night.
Up comes Glenturret 11 1993 Gordon & MacPhail The MacPhail’s Collection, an older bottling. And for those of you who missed the last post, I had just drunk a sherried Glenturret of similar age, yet it was cask strength.
However, since this one isn’t cask strength, I was quite puzzled why the order was given. Typically you do the lighter ones first so your taste buds aren’t blown out. However I trust the ability of those I was drinking with, so I went with it. Worst-case scenario I need to take a break and revisit the dram, and I’d have something to tease them about.
So was it a disaster? Let’s see, shall…
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