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    @hibs.net private member Lancs Harp's Avatar
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    Macallan

    Polished off my last glass of Macallan 12 year old Whisky last night, any recommendations as to what to replace it with?


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    More Mcallan?

    I recommend Oban 14. A lovely, gentle dram.
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    I would also suggest Glen Scotia double cask. Yummy
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    I've just opened a bottle of Clynelish 14. It's delightful.

    Lovely mouth feel, smooth and creamy. Plus it's from Brora so I'm toasting the big team with every sip!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lancs Harp View Post
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    Polished off my last glass of Macallan 12 year old Whisky last night, any recommendations as to what to replace it with?
    If you're hooked on Speyside, then Balvenie takes a bit of beating.

    My favourites have a bit of maritime about them - Highland Park, Springbank probably my most faves.

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    my brother pulled out a bottle of Suntory japanese whisky , i was sceptical but it was actually pretty nice . Dont think it was cheap though

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    As someone who likes Macallan as well as numerous others (glenfiddich, glenlivet etc) may I thoroughly recommend Benriach 12 yo in a cherry cask. Wonderful and reasonably priced.

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    Quote Originally Posted by makaveli1875 View Post
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    my brother pulled out a bottle of Suntory japanese whisky , i was sceptical but it was actually pretty nice . Dont think it was cheap though
    We did a blind tasting with a group that was sober (until later on in the evening, anyway. Japanese whisky came top which surprised us all.

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