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By @paddockjudge @paddockjudge on 1st Jan 2020, show post

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@talexander
talexander replied

@Nozinan Good call on the Talisker. See, this is why I was so happy to get those tickets to the Diageo tasting back in Jan - I could try them without paying so much (as it turned out, I bought three different bottles). I mean, the tickets weren't cheap but many of them were once-in-a-lifetime drams.

about one month ago 3Who liked this?

@Nozinan
Nozinan replied

@talexander what was the third bottle?

about one month ago 1Who liked this?

@talexander
talexander replied

@Nozinan Pittyvaich 29yo ($550) That one is an investment as it's a closed distillery, and pretty damn old. It is also absolutely stunning.

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@Misty
Misty replied

Some old dusty bottles of Willett Single Barrel Rye 7 year old and Willett Single Barrel Rye 14 year old for 65€ and 90€ from my local off license in Cork (Ireland) with a cantankerous owner.

On discount, because apparently no one ever buys it, it's not as good as Jack Daniels and would mainly be suited to making marmalade... :-)

I kid you not. I just smiled and said I have lots of marmalade to make.

about one month ago 7Who liked this?

@Victor
Victor replied

@Misty I hope that you cleaned out that guy's stock. Splendid acquisitions to drink, but at those prices you could also go into business as a scalper. It's been about 8 years since I have seen a Willett Family Estate rye or bourbon aged over 10 years old available for sale at a 'dealer', viz. non-scalper, price.

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Astroke replied

@Misty This should have been posted on Steal of a Deal. Jackpot find.

about one month ago 3Who liked this?

@Misty
Misty replied

That’s funny I didn’t realise it was a good price, I just remember you saying ages ago Willet Rye was a great example of the genre.

I went back and picked up another 8 year old Willet as well as some old Blanton’s cask strength. Just opened the Blanton’s, very nice and no I will not be adding it to my homemade marmalade.

28 days ago 2Who liked this?

@Newkophile
Newkophile replied

I found a place in Pompano Beach that's selling a wonderful French NAS single malt, Brenne, for $35, a price that is exactly one half of what it costs from Total Wine & Liquor, the massive retailer that generally offers very competitive pricing. Very nice on the nose, fruit notes including banana, it's quite a relaxing, enjoyable single malt experience. Bought 3 bottles, one to give to a couple having us over for dinner shortly.

27 days ago 3Who liked this?

@paddockjudge
paddockjudge replied

When opportunity knocks, open the door. Jose Cuervo Reserva De La Familia Extra Anejo. $185CDN

20 days ago 3Who liked this?

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@BlueNote
BlueNote replied

@paddockjudge They has an open bottle at the airport and I had a small taste. Very nice, right up there with the Don Julio 1942. I’m going to crack the bottle when we have our annual Mexico reunion party.

20 days ago 2Who liked this?

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