By @Nozinan on 20th Jan 2017, show post
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How nice it is to see you posting on this board. I'm doing well (for a guy who hasn't golfed in twenty years).
My wife and I have managed to get away for a couple of days, we will be joining @Nozinan and his family this evening in Toronto. We won't be drinking any Taos Lightning, but we will raise a glass or two.
I have a bottle of 15 YO LIGHTNING in need of opening....I think @Victor would enjoy that. I'll keep it under wraps until we gather again.
I hope you can recall the Legacy doppelgänger ratios so you can enjoy it alongside a pour of the now discontinued original Wiser's Legacy. Lot No 40 is also bottled at cask strength these days. The 2019 Fall release will have a French Oak influence.
All the best to you and Peg.
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One of my patients died today. I knew this was going to happen. She had talked about it for a while, and had it planned for a couple of weeks. Her close friend told me last week she thought the chances were 50/50 she would go ahead today.
Last week she was getting rid of some stuff during my visit and gave me this bottle of Late Harvest wine from Niagara. I promised I would open it tonight.
I received word from her MAiD doctor that everything had gone smoothly and peacefully.
Without disclosing her name, my wife and in-laws sat down to toast her memory. The corkscrew went in... the cork went down. the top of it crumbled. I pshed the cork down and strained the fluid into a glass. It was opaque.
I now understand MAiD.... This cork should have been pulled at the right time, not too late.
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