English whiskey

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Re: English whiskey

Post by biglove » Sat Mar 06, 2021 12:55 pm

Have only heard of the Cotswolds. Not that I wouldn't give each of them a try.
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Re: English whiskey

Post by svaglic » Sun Mar 07, 2021 6:30 pm

They lost me at “peat flavored”. Laphroaig ruined me from ever wanting to taste peat again. I’ll stick with my Irish whiskeys.
Although, right now I am trying out a Kentucky bourbon whiskey Yellowstone. Not bad, but I prefer others. I keep a variety of alcohol on hand so guests can have a choice. I have to try them out so that I don’t offer a bad alcohol to a friend.
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