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Kinda going with the craft beer thread we had for a while. Is there anyone that has a finer appreciation for spirits? I've never been much of a drinker and don't see the fascination with getting wasted. I somehow got looking up reviews and videos for spirit tastings recently and have found it pretty interesting. i also really find the designs of the decanters and bottles to be fascinating.

 

Anybody appreciate liquor as anything other than a vessel to plasteredville? Looking for recommendations.

 

 

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I love scotch.

 

I do not drink to get drunk.

 

1-2 drinks an evening is more than enough and i'm far far from wasted.

 

Haven't tried scotch. I have tried  a couple American whiskeys like Jim Beam and Jack Daniels. Never had the jack straight though. 

 

 

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Huh, learn something new every day. I thought that was part of the definition, I suppose not. 

 

Well, is it just a stereotype then? Most scotch I've had is smoky. I generally avoid all whiskeys that aren't bourbon.

The definition of scotch is made in Scotland.

 

Like champagne from the champagne region of France.

 

 

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whats yallz favs whiskeys/bourbon?

 

scotch to smokey for me

Try glengoyne for a non smokey scotch

 

The smokey taste comes from the peat

 

The areas where a lot of peat is used will have more smokey scotch.

 

Islay region will be quite peaty.

 

The highlands will be peaty as well

 

Look for a scotch made in the lower regions of Scotland for a less peaty (smokey) scotch.

 

 

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