By J @Jonathan on 19th Nov 2016, show post
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@Nozinan, well a bottom 1%ile whisky tends to stay that way. I am having some of my 7 years open 90% full bottle bottle of Lambertus 10 yo Single Grain Whisky right now, inspired by your bringing it up. The Lambertus nose out of a Norlan is like a not unpleasant sweet but saccharine cocktail nose. The palate drops into a new dimension of strange-- like sugary reused oakwood. Not good. I cannot say that the Norlan glass makes Lambertus drinkable. Today my bottle of Lambertus tastes better, but not good, out of a Glencairn glass. Lambertus dwells in its own universe.
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I received a pair of Norlans as a gift over the holidays. I'm eager to give them a try as I contemplate my first dram of 2021. Any suggestions as to what might work best?
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@Nozinan best choice to drink out of a Norlan glass? Anything of which you could say, "That could be pretty good but it's a little rough around the edges."
Norlan glasses are cool for beer drinking too.
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A ‘Like’ on an old post brought me back here, it’s been a while.
@Nozinan Enjoy those Norlan glasses, I still quite enjoy mine, though I use them less now thanks to having two young children that love grabbing my drinks off the table.
The last thing I poured in mine was Redbreast 12 CS.
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@Mancub Welcome Back! It's been too long. I hope we'll hear more from you. Readbreast 12 CS sounds like a great suggestion.
@Nozinan Thank you! I think I will. I’m just as active in collecting/drinking spirits as ever, life just got really busy for a while (and still kind of is, really). I haven’t forgotten that I owe you a couple of samples :)
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