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My favourite distillery is Glenmorangie in Tain, Scotland..  Now from the 15 men of Tain comes Glenmorangie Grand Vintage Malt from Bond House No. 1 which has been aged in ex-bourbon casks and a small portion of ex-sherry casks.  Retails around US$500.00 per bottle.

This is the 700 ml from The strength of this whisky is % Vol. A bottle from Glenmorangie

Scotland - Whisky Distillery Producing Scotch whisky is a proud national tradition. In fact, the word "whisky" comes from the Scottish Gaelic uisge beatha, an adaptation of the Latin phrase aqua vitae, meaning "water of life." Scotland has more than a hundred distilleries, and each strives to produce its own distinct flavor. Here, a taster draws a sample from a cask at the Bruichladdich distillery on the Isle of Islay.

Scotland Photos -- National Geographic Whisky Distillery Producing Scotch whisky is a proud national tradition. In fact, the word "whisky" comes from the Scottish Gaelic uisge beatha, an adaptation of the Latin phrase aqua vitae, meaning "water of life.

BALVENIE 8 YEAR OLD Bot. 1970s, Speyside

BALVENIE 8 YEAR OLD Bot. 1970s, Speyside

LONGMORN 1973 Samaroli 35th Anniversary, Speyside

LONGMORN 1973 Samaroli 35th Anniversary, Speyside

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STARWARD MALT WHISKY New World, Australia

STARWARD MALT WHISKY New World, Australia

ROBBIE BURNS Bot. 1970s, Scotland

ROBBIE BURNS Bot. 1970s, Scotland

The Scotch Whisky Treasures

The Scotch Whisky Treasures

Missing Jameson Special reserve.(12 years) Irish whiskey (Irish: Fuisce or uisce beatha) is whiskey made in Ireland. The word "whiskey" is an Anglicisation of uisce beatha or uisge beatha a phrase from the Goidelic branch of languages (Irish, Scottish Gaelic and Manx) meaning "water of life" (see aqua vitae). Most Irish pot still whiskey is distilled thrice, while most (but not all) Scotch whisky, is distilled twice.

Missing Jameson Special reserve.(12 years) Irish whiskey (Irish: Fuisce or uisce beatha) is whiskey made in Ireland. The word "whiskey" is an Anglicisation of uisce beatha or uisge beatha a phrase from the Goidelic branch of languages (Irish, Scottish Gaelic and Manx) meaning "water of life" (see aqua vitae). Most Irish pot still whiskey is distilled thrice, while most (but not all) Scotch whisky, is distilled twice.

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Scotch Whisky Review #59 (Network #80): Glenlivet Nadurra 16 Year Old [DONE BLIND] http://ift.tt/2FHcneN

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Review #12: Talisker Port Ruighe https://ift.tt/2Gqoj7F

GLENCADAM ORIGIN 1825 Sherry Cask Finish, Highlands

GLENCADAM ORIGIN 1825 Sherry Cask Finish, Highlands

CAOL ILA 1982 HORAE SOLARIS, Islay

CAOL ILA 1982 HORAE SOLARIS, Islay

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The DALMORE 1263 King Alexander III Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky

The DALMORE 1263 King Alexander III Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky

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