Yello to Mello wrote:I was waiting for the day that I found someone doesnt like the FC BS...wow
Jolly Toper wrote:what about Alberta Premium and their 25yo . Jim Murray seemed to like it but I often don't agree with his opinion.
M.R.J. wrote:Hmm, for some reason regardless of what browser I use, I am getting double posts here - and can only edit them, not remove them. ?? Any ideas why? Anyone else have that technical problem? I already switched from using Firefox to IE, no help..
M.R.J. wrote: The one I found very interesting was the three grain - more flavourful expression, but Mr. Hall said he was discontinuing this. I wonder if it is still around?
Mr Tattie Heid wrote:I think the Forty Creek might have fared even better had it not been nestled amongst a bunch of Scotches. It's a unique beast, but compares more to bourbon than to single malt.
I still have a bit of my bottle of icewine-finished Glenora. Probably the best I've had from them, but that's not saying a lot.
bobcain8856 wrote:I was wondering how Crown Royal Limited Edition does in cooking. I have been trying out various whiskeys for cooking and have had mixed results. Have you guys tried Crown Royal Limited Edition? Let me know what you guys think.
Mr Tattie Heid wrote:I haven't seen the 15. I had an early bottle of the 10, which was pretty much jet fuel; a later bottle, which was better but still not very good; an egregiously overpriced third-bottle filled from a cask at the distillery, which had some promise; and the icewine finish, one of those cases, unfortunately, when a heavy finish masking the spirit is a good thing. I do so want Glenora to do well, but they just don't seem to get it. Get good casks. It's as simple as that.
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