OK, I’ll have a bash at my Flights of Fancy.
All are fine drams in their own style and all have a story to tell. The story for me is often just as important as the taste – it certainly adds to the overall experience.
In no particular order.
#1. Mackinlay’s Rare Old Highland Malt
Otherwise known as Shackleton’s Whisky.
#2. Eschenbrenner Spessart Amber.
A lovely little single malt made in a micro distillery in Berlin aged in German Oak.
#3.Black & White Blended Whisky.
Not just any bottle – the bottle that was discovered during renovations at work and according to Diageo is at least 24 yrs old! Now that’s a nice tasting whisky!
#4. Amrut Fusion.
A lovely blend of Indian and Scotch malts signifying the global reach of whisky – and the happy marriage of my friends.
#5. Powers Johns Lane Release.
An Irish pot still expression with a lovely spicy taste which bridges the gap between Irish Whiskey of old and the rising resurgence of Irish Whiskey today.
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