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What's in your drinks cabinet?

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Let's see:

 

Glenmorangie

Bowmore

Aberlour

Scapa

Laphroaig

Glenrothes

Bunnahabhain

Whyte and Mackay for cooking

Gentleman Jack

Gordon's

Angostura 1824

Diplomatico Reserva

Wray and Nephew

a raspberry gin of unknown origin

Estonian coffee liqueur

Vana Tallinn (orange liqueur)

plus various miniatures

Couple of bottles of red.

 

That'll do.

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Let's see:

 

Glenmorangie

Bowmore

Aberlour

Scapa

Laphroaig

Glenrothes

Bunnahabhain

Whyte and Mackay for cooking

Gentleman Jack

Gordon's

Angostura 1824

Diplomatico Reserva

Wray and Nephew

a raspberry gin of unknown origin

Estonian coffee liqueur

Vana Tallinn (orange liqueur)

plus various miniatures

Couple of bottles of red.

 

That'll do.

 

So you have a town in your drinks cabinet?

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I like this thread. Some interesting selections and varied tastes but seriously WKD's!!!

I'm hoping Santa brings a globe drinks cabinet for my man cave but not holding my breathe!!

My drinks cupboard contains-

Gin:

Heather rose infused gin- picked up at the Belmont street market - surprisingly pleasant

Hendricks

Bombay sapphire

Gordon's - for my mother in law, it's all she deserves!

Whisky:

Dalwhinnie 15y.o

Talisker 10y.o limited run

Glendronach revival 12y.o

Highland park 10y.o

A 1981 Highland park, bottled 2009(I think) part of my wedding present from my wife.

Glenfiddich 12y.o - for my ungrateful family who don't deserve any of the other malts.

Grouse

Champagne:

Bollenger NV

Misc:

Koko Kanu coconut rum

Morgan's spiced

Smirnoff

Drambuie

Some Stella and some crabbies ginger beer. Various flavours for the wife!

Edited by KSJ81

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I had a visit from a whisky rep the other day. My favourite type of visitor!!! He was from Diuglas Laing &Co and he gave me a sample (well a 70cl) of their relatively new blended malt scotch Rock Oyster. Which is a mix o the island regions single malts. Easily one of the most drinkable whiskies I've tried and I can't wait to receive delivery of my sample bottles for the speyside, highland and Islay blends.

If you like whisky is recommend giving these a try!!

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Small collection

12 pack Budweiser

70cl of grey goose (bought it for a laugh on pay day and it's actually a really nice vodka)

2 cheap bottles of red wine

Get that beer in the fridge.

All the fly bitches be drankin' Patron or Tanqueray. This is not fly.

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