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    Picked this one up today and I can't wait to try it. Going to give it a shot with some Sushi we'll see how that works:

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    ^ Ok, it's a glorious whiskey. It's on the young side but smokey, sweet, and flavorful with just enough complexity for its age. It's got a light body to it but the smoke at the end is fairly intense. Initial taste is floral and buttery. It isn't overbearing either it is balanced.

    Glad I bought it, what a beauty! A modern Islay style.

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    Im going to be getting into this shortly. My parents bought it for me for Christmas... Figured its time.

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    Is it peach flavored or something?

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    Is it peach flavored or something?
    Character: The pure and natural one
    Colour: Pale gold with lemony shades
    Nose: Fresh, intense and fragrant
    Palate: Crisp, with hints of peaches and vanilla
    Finish: Long and dry with a liquorice tang
    Craft facts
    Nądurra is the most natural expression of The Glenlivet. It is batch produced at cask strength using traditional methods.
    Most whiskies are chill-filtered to prevent the liquid becoming cloudy when adding water or ice.
    Omitting chill-filtration gives the mouth feel more body and a richer texture, and stays true to the style of whisky that was enjoyed in the 19th century. It turns cloudy at low temperatures because it contains more natural oils from the grain.
    The first-fill ex-bourbon casks impart Nądurra’s distinctive vanilla notes.
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    Thanks. I was wondering if it was flavored at all due to the picture.

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    oh, i like that stuff. its good! very nice! I had a bottle a few months ago.
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    Its pretty tasty!
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    Light peat and fruitiness
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by kev335i Click here to enlarge
    Light peat and fruitiness
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    Gotta give this one a shot!

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    No where near the peat hit of ardbeg but still very nice
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    Also had this recently. If anyone likes the speysides I have mention before monkey shoulder, glenrothes select reserve or glenmorangie la santa or orginal has to try this Dalwhinnie Click here to enlarge
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    I finish each day with a glass of bourbon or scotch(or martini, different topic)....Maker's mark #46 seems to have some sort of spell on me, It's no single malt import (although I prefer sweet over peat), nevertheless I find myself with a fresh bottle every week. I feel it's an excellent example of a Kentucky bourbon/whiskey that's readily available/affordable. Johnny Walker blue is solid if I feel like spending more...but imho, #46 is pretty awesome

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by jdub679 Click here to enlarge
    I'm about halfway through my first bottle of this. I think I prefer Jameson to this for a daily drinker.
    If u like jameson and havent tried tullamore dew Its worth a shot
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by kev335i Click here to enlarge
    If u like jameson and havent tried tullamore dew Its worth a shot
    I have not. Thanks for the recommendation. I'll give it a shot next time I'm out.
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    Bought the Johnnie Walker Double Black because it was only $39 but... meh. I mean, it's a good Whiskey. I guess I'm started to get spoiled though.

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    This is decent for $40ish I thought. Light color Oban feel like it

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    Yet another speyside single malt. Really enjoying speysides of late and this one does not disappoint either. Slightly dry and slightly sweet but very nice
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by kev335i Click here to enlarge
    Yet another speyside single malt. Really enjoying speysides of late and this one does not disappoint either. Slightly dry and slightly sweet but very nice
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    I don't think Macallan is capable of producing a bad Whiskey.

    REALLY want to try this one though.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    I don't think Macallan is capable of producing a bad Whiskey.

    REALLY want to try this one though.
    do it :-)
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by kev335i Click here to enlarge
    do it :-)
    Well maybe not today. Or maybe... Click here to enlarge

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    Picked this one up today and I can't wait to try it. Going to give it a shot with some Sushi we'll see how that works:

    http://www.germanboost.com/images/im...onshop_1-1.jpg
    Ha! Speaking of sushi...you should start another thread on Sake. I had tried a bunch of crap for a long time, then had some good guidance and the stuff is straight amazing. But, I know nothing about it other than a few great bottles I've had. Wonder if anyone else knows anything here....

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by singletrack Click here to enlarge
    Ha! Speaking of sushi...you should start another thread on Sake. I had tried a bunch of crap for a long time, then had some good guidance and the stuff is straight amazing. But, I know nothing about it other than a few great bottles I've had. Wonder if anyone else knows anything here....
    My whiskey and wine habits are costing me enough.

    I like Sake, I do. However, I do not enjoy it nearly as much as wine or whiskey. I'm going to create quite the whiskey collection this year.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    My whiskey and wine habits are costing me enough.

    I like Sake, I do. However, I do not enjoy it nearly as much as wine or whiskey. I'm going to create quite the whiskey collection this year.
    For whiskey/scotch selection, you need to go here ma-man:

    http://www.waldhaus-am-see.ch/en-us/...whiskybar.aspx

    The up-side is that if you go at the right time you get to see Russian mobsters takeover the town (St Moritz) and fly in their supercars and whores on military spec Russian helicopters. LOL - no bull$#@!.

    During "normal" days in the winter, you will see people driving their beater Porsche Turbos and Audi RS's as their winter cars since their supercars can't get around.

    "Lotta money on this record!"

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by singletrack Click here to enlarge
    For whiskey/scotch selection, you need to go here ma-man:

    http://www.waldhaus-am-see.ch/en-us/...whiskybar.aspx

    The up-side is that if you go at the right time you get to see Russian mobsters takeover the town (St Moritz) and fly in their supercars and whores on military spec Russian helicopters. LOL - no bull$#@!.

    During "normal" days in the winter, you will see people driving their beater Porsche Turbos and Audi RS's as their winter cars since their supercars can't get around.

    "Lotta money on this record!"
    Very nice buy way too far. This place has an epic selection and is close. Whenever I take an LA trip I go here and order way too much whiskey: http://sevengrandbars.com/seven-grand-downtown-la/

    I haven't seen a whiskey selection that rivals it: http://sevengrandbars.com/menus/Seve...hiskeyMenu.pdf

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