The real man's drink: Whisky

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PostRe: The real man's drink: Whisky
by Knoyleo » Thu Aug 30, 2012 7:54 pm

Whoops, misread you post originally. I'll try again.

Should be about £30 for the Glenrothes, available from lots of places.

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PostRe: The real man's drink: Whisky
by Rubix » Tue Sep 25, 2012 2:50 pm

Deal to turn whisky 'leftovers' into biofuel for cars

A deal has been signed to turn by-products from a Scottish distillery into fuel for cars.

In what is claimed to be a world first, the Tullibardine distillery in Perthshire has linked up with a spin-out company from Napier University in Edinburgh.

They plan to use bacteria to feed on the "leftovers" from the whisky making process.

This will produce butanol which can be used to fuel vehicles.

More than 90% of the stuff that comes out of a whisky distillery is not whisky. It is leftovers like draff and pot ales - both produced in the early stages of the process.

They are high in sugar and are currently used for things like fertiliser and cattle feed.


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PostRe: The real man's drink: Whisky
by LewisD » Thu Oct 18, 2012 3:40 pm

I can feel a cold coming on fast.. Getting on a bottle of highland park asap!

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PostRe: The real man's drink: Whisky
by kommissarboris » Thu Oct 18, 2012 4:05 pm

I have a limited edition Bush mills bottle chillin in the cupboard.

Plans are to open it on very special occation, what that occation is, i'm yet to decide.

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by mysteriousdave » Thu Oct 18, 2012 4:54 pm

Had some Aberlour A'bunadh at the Turl Street Kitchen in Oxford last week. Straight on the Christmas list! :nod:

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PostRe: The real man's drink: Whisky
by still » Thu Oct 18, 2012 9:43 pm

kommissarboris wrote:I have a limited edition Bush mills bottle chillin in the cupboard.

Plans are to open it on very special occation, what that occation is, i'm yet to decide.


I suggest the following occaTions:-

Mickey night ?
Halloween ?
Bonfire Night ?
Christmas Eve ?
Christmas Day ?
New Years Eve ?
New Year's Headache ?
Er Tonight - what with it being a very special night er somewhere for some reason.....

Anyway, whatever the reason - Enjoy !!

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by kommissarboris » Thu Oct 18, 2012 9:49 pm

still wrote:
kommissarboris wrote:I have a limited edition Bush mills bottle chillin in the cupboard.

Plans are to open it on very special occation, what that occation is, i'm yet to decide.


I suggest the following occaTions:-

Mickey night ?
Halloween ?
Bonfire Night ?
Christmas Eve ?
Christmas Day ?
New Years Eve ?
New Year's Headache ?
Er Tonight - what with it being a very special night er somewhere for some reason.....

Anyway, whatever the reason - Enjoy !!


hmmm, I dunno, it was very expensive whiskey, enough to maybe keep it for the birth of my first child, death of a rich relative, finally becoming leader of the world.

those type of occations, VERY special.

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PostRe: The real man's drink: Whisky
by still » Thu Oct 18, 2012 10:00 pm

kommissarboris wrote:
still wrote:
kommissarboris wrote:I have a limited edition Bush mills bottle chillin in the cupboard.

Plans are to open it on very special occation, what that occation is, i'm yet to decide.


I suggest the following occaTions:-

Mickey night ?
Halloween ?
Bonfire Night ?
Christmas Eve ?
Christmas Day ?
New Years Eve ?
New Year's Headache ?
Er Tonight - what with it being a very special night er somewhere for some reason.....

Anyway, whatever the reason - Enjoy !!


hmmm, I dunno, it was very expensive whiskey, enough to maybe keep it for the birth of my first child, death of a rich relative, finally becoming leader of the world.

those type of occations, VERY special.


So how much did you pay ? The most i've shelled out is £70, (and a few years ago I might add), for an old Ardberg - the best whisky I ever tasted by far. (But my partner did hide it from me for several months until Chrimbo and I was finally allowed to imbibe).

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PostRe: The real man's drink: Whisky
by kommissarboris » Thu Oct 18, 2012 10:58 pm

Between 60 - 70 snoops.

Honestly I bought other stuff too, so I'm not 100% sure, it was a limited edition set, I'll check it when I get home.

The joys of having Bushmills Distillery about 2 hours drive away, its an awesome place, must go for whiskey lovers (best whiskey in the world btw not biast)

The smells and history, I could live there if they let me :wub:

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PostRe: The real man's drink: Whisky
by still » Fri Oct 19, 2012 7:52 am

kommissarboris wrote:Between 60 - 70 snoops.

Honestly I bought other stuff too, so I'm not 100% sure, it was a limited edition set, I'll check it when I get home.

The joys of having Bushmills Distillery about 2 hours drive away, its an awesome place, must go for whiskey lovers (best whiskey in the world btw not biast)

The smells and history, I could live there if they let me :wub:


You very lucky b*****d !!

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PostRe: The real man's drink: Whisky
by aayl1 » Fri Oct 19, 2012 9:25 am

Found half a bottle of Glenfiddich in my cupboard. I know it's probably the cheaper end of the spectrum, but not bad for a freebie.

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by kommissarboris » Fri Oct 19, 2012 2:34 pm

Here's the limited edition bottle I got back in June during the Irish gold open.

Looking through the whiskey/burbon collection I've got the following

Blue label bush mills unopened
Black bush unopened
2 x jim bean, one unopened and one half drank (got both in a duty free for a tenner!)
Canadian club, half drank
Jack daniels half drank
Wild turkey almost gone, about 3 shots worth left :cry:

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that bottle above, the discription on the bottle

12 year matured in a oak cask, rich complex malt, sherry, dark chocolate and spicy notes.

I tried a sample before buying, its very nice, wouldn't mix it, maybe just have it over ice.

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PostRe: The real man's drink: Whisky
by still » Fri Oct 19, 2012 3:02 pm

Looks very nice.

I'm out of whisk(e)y at the moment. Maybe invest in something nice for Christmas. Unfortunately my problem is that once opened I cannot resist polishing it off pretty damn sharpish !! So I try to abstain from purchase...

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by Rapper » Fri Oct 19, 2012 4:41 pm

I have a 21 year old royal sulute and i must say for a whisky that is over a £100 quid for it i have had far better. Howver the packaging is nice you get a velvet bag that is the same colour as the bottle that is ceramic i think.

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PostRe: The real man's drink: Whisky
by Ironhide » Tue Dec 11, 2012 5:52 pm

Where's the cheapest place online for a bottle of 12 year old Yamazaki? want to buy my brother a bottle for Xmas.

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PostRe: The real man's drink: Whisky
by Dark Ritual » Sun Dec 23, 2012 4:37 pm

Went to get myself some Yamazaki for Xmas. Sold out :x

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PostRe: The real man's drink: Whisky
by kommissarboris » Sun Dec 23, 2012 4:44 pm

Bought a Bottle of this for Christmas.

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Don't really like it neat. I'm drinking it with some soda water, its not so strong. weird tasting, but nice and sweet.

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PostRe: The real man's drink: Whisky
by Fatal Exception » Tue Dec 25, 2012 8:17 pm

Another bottle of Laphroaig Quarter Cask for Christmas :datass:

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PostRe: The real man's drink: Whisky
by LewisD » Tue Dec 25, 2012 8:22 pm

Got a bottle of Highland park today!
Starting to become a Christmas tradition! That's three years in a row! :)

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PostRe: The real man's drink: Whisky
by kommissarboris » Tue Dec 25, 2012 8:40 pm

Oh man, I drank far to much Jim Bean today :fp:

I'm done for now, but I'm thinking a sore head is going to be all day tomorrow :|

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