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Need some single malt advice please.
#1
I am putting together a list of single malts to try from each region. I am having some difficulties choosing Islay malts. In the past I enjoyed Talisker but I am thinking of having one that is not as heavily peated, maybe a Bruichladdich or a Bunnahabhain but dont know much about these. Also the second one I am thinking of is Caol Ila. Here is a list of single malt distilleries I need to try.
Highlands
Oban
Glenmorangie

Lowlands
Glenkinchie
Auchentoshan

Islay
Bruichladdich
Caol Ila

Speyside
Glenrothes
Cragganmore

I am open to suggestions and if there are really more regions than this I can add that also.
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#2
Calling Parkster.....calling Parkster...
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#3
Yeah Parkster is certainly the guy to talk to.
--Mike

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You can cross that off your list if you dont like peat.
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Ryan
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#5
I am not saying I dont like peat, I did enjoy Lagavulin back in 2007 when I drank scotch all the time. I dont want overpowering peat and would like one without a lot of peat.
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#6
Let me see what I can do for you here ........ I'll head to G.Mc this weekend.
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#7
I have been hearing bout Old Pultney quite a bit lately and wondering if i should replace one of the highlands with this.
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#8
These are two of my favorites. (Islay on both of them).

Have you had either? I am thinking you probably have because they are more widely found in the USA

http://www.laphroaig.com/whiskies/

Awarded Best Single Malt in the World in 2005 by Whisky Magazine, The Original Cask Strength Laphroaig



AND

http://www.ardbeg.com/

Ardbeg was voted best whisky in the world 3 years in a row.
“Evil is sweet in the beginning, but bitter in the end.”
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#9
I have not had Laphroaig as Lagavulin is about as peaty as I could handle in the past.
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Incoming ...... Try this
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