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Location: UK

Favourite whisky(s): Brora, Ardbeg, Springbank, Talisker, Mortlach


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bwmccoy wrote:

Thanks for creating Connosr! Great site!

06 August 2010 18:44

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    • Pikesville 6 Year Old 110 Proof Straight Rye - A most enjoyable rye.

      By Jean-Luc on 22nd Feb 20162016-02-22T15:52:00


      I bought a bottle of Pikesville 6 Year Old 110 Proof Straight Rye around Christmas time and I must say it is absolutely superb. I have a few glasses left in and will be said to see it go. Rich, spicy… read more

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    • Spirit of Unity Blended Malt Whisky - A savoury delight

      By Jean-Luc on 5th Jun 20112011-06-05T21:26:00


      I'm not a great collector of whisky, mainly due to lack of willpower, so it's no real surprise that my bottle of "Spirit of Unity" - an admirable philanthropic gesture by seven independent craft disti… read more

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    • Black Bottle - Islay United

      By Jean-Luc on 1st Jul 20102010-07-01T11:03:00


      I stopped in at my new local pub for a cheeky dram on way home last night. Conveniently it has an excellent selection of nearly 100 whiskies to choose from (much more than I previously thought). Of all… read more

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    • Penderyn Sherrywood - The dog house dram

      By Jean-Luc on 16th May 20102010-05-16T21:36:00


      Whilst buying whisky online is no doubt convenient, I enjoy the personal ritual of going into a shop to buy a bottle. I like inspecting the labels first-hand; a spot of idle small talk with the shop k… read more

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    • Ardbeg Uigeadail - Just another Ardbeg Uigeadail review

      By Jean-Luc on 23rd Oct 20092009-10-23T14:23:00


      Here's my two bob on the matter. I'll keep this to the point; I get marzipan and figs on the nose with a bit of sweet rubber, like a new Wellington boot. This whisky is quite an assault on the senses… read more

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