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By @Jules @Jules on 5th Jun 2014, show post

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vanPelt replied

Great responses so far; this kind of forum can be really bad on our wallets though. I need to restrict myself to single malt Scotch OBs: Uigeadail, HP30, Glenmorangie 25. Since most people cheat in some way :) here's an alternative line-up: PC8, Ealanta, Parliament.

10 years ago 0

Victor replied

I didn't previously commit to ONE trio of whiskies to answer the question...of those various trios I previously mentioned, the one I would take would likely be:

Thomas H. Handy Rye, William Larue Weller Bourbon, and Ardbeg Supernova.

(if the Supernova variants become unavailable, then Uigeadail L 10 151 or L11 028, or Laphroaig 10 CS could substitute.)

10 years ago 0

Lars replied

For me Talisker 18 yr, Redbreast 12 yr, and Bruichladdich 10 Year Old. I think that would keep me very happy for the rest of my life.

10 years ago 0


Three? I can say also one only that will satisfy me forever: Nikka single cask coffey malt.

Hypothetical 2nd and 3rd place could be:

-2nd, W.L. Weller (from Antique collection, obviously...)

-3rd, ... hard to say. Some Islands aged scotch like Scapa, Talisker or Tobermory or some aged Nikka Yoichi single cask.

10 years ago 0

amigo_fede replied

Having a limited budget myself, I'll choose 2 single malts: Glenmorangie and Glenfiddich 15, and an american: Maker's Mark

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paddockjudge replied

@amigo-fede, very nice choices. Being a longtime Maker's Mark fan has allowed me to discover Maker's 46; if you haven't already experienced this enhanced version of MM, I hope that you might do so, and for only a few dollars a bottle more. The '46' is fully matured MM with additional aging and exposure to European oak. Cheers!

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Krau replied

Realistic choices for me would be (in no particular order) Uigeadall, A'bunadh, and Highland Park 18. Yeah, I could get by on those!

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Ol_Jas replied

Laphroaig 10 CS

Springbank something-or-other...maybe that cask strength stuff from behind the counter at Cadenhead's Edinburgh, or else the 12 CS


10 years ago 0

Ol_Jas replied

No, wait—JW Blue, a Diamond Jubilee thingamabob, and whatever's most expensive in that Constellation lineup. (These are the best, right?)

10 years ago 0

Mammon replied

Possible: Bowmore 1988 - 21 Year Old Port Cask Matured, Glen Garioch 1999 - Batch 30 Sherry Matured, BenRiach Solstice 17 Year Old. Expensive: Port Ellen 6th Release, Brora 8th Release, Octomore 10 Year Old

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