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Q: 2021/22 What competition should we prioritise this season?
a. The league is our bread & butter, so this year let's have a club sandwich
27%
  
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10%
  
c. A bye to the League Cup 3rd round gives us a good start, let's make it count
6%
  
d. The Europa is our best ticket to the Champions League, this is the one
35%
  
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22%
  



Hallerinthemorning 3:11 Sun Jun 13
Whiskey
45 years old and only into whiskey last year during lockdown.

there are so many, that im on a new brand/ new whiskey every 2/3 weeks. a litle nip or 2 maybe 3 days a week.

done the commercial stuff, done the proper 12 etc..didnt rate any except jura. that was nice

any whiskey tales or recommendations?

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Swiss. 6:50 Thu Jun 24
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Nutsin 6:04 Thu Jun 24

Adding more than a tear drop of water to neat Whisky is sacrilege in my book.

Unless of course you are adding Cola as well in which case use a Havana Rum.

ChillTheKeel 5:57 Thu Jun 24
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The thing about whisky, which it shares with most other alcoholic beverages, is that it improves the more you have of it. So you only need the good stuff for the first glass. After that, the quality really doesn't matter.
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What are you babbling on about you cretin?

Coffee 5:46 Thu Jun 24
Re: Whiskey
Glenn

Any distillery worth visiting is going to have decent whisky.

The thing about whisky, which it shares with most other alcoholic beverages, is that it improves the more you have of it. So you only need the good stuff for the first glass. After that, the quality really doesn't matter.

Glenn Roeder 5:36 Thu Jun 24
Re: Whiskey
If anyone knows of any good distilleries to visit in Scotland I am up there soon and will be buying a few bottles to bring back.

Mex Martillo 9:08 Thu Jun 24
Re: Whiskey
easthammer 3:01 Thu Jun 24
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You might need some more for Germany

Nutsin 6:06 Thu Jun 24
Re: Whiskey
And a “ Rusty nail” is Scotch mixed with Drambuie.

Nutsin 6:04 Thu Jun 24
Re: Whiskey
I bought a bottle of John y walker blue label, drank it on my 50th, that’s pretty smooth!

If I’m gonna tie one on I’ll have shots of wild turkey 101

But Jameson’s on the rocks is what I drink regularly.

easthammer 3:01 Thu Jun 24
Re: Whiskey
Mex Martillo wrote...

Re: Whiskey
Easthammer, I’d be interested to hear what you think of that Nikka whisky, I should try it really.

I opened the Nikka Days at half-time in the England v Czech game. As others have said it really is good for a blended Whisky, very smooth. Although I think I still prefer the depth of flavour in some single malts which often less expensive than the Nikka Days.

Mind you as good as it was it didn't make the second half a better watch :)

Swiss. 5:16 Fri Jun 18
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Council Scum 1:30 Fri Jun 18

Yeah Don Papa is a lovely tipple. Try a Dzama or Plantation rum.

Whisky is bit last millenium.

Council Scum 1:30 Fri Jun 18
Re: Whiskey
I've never got into Whiskey. Have tried a few

Always preferred rum and cognac. I saw a few people mention Mount Gay, lovely drop. Currently drinking Dom Papa rum. Great drop from the Philippines, also drinking Hine Rare cognac at the moment.

angryprumphs 1:28 Fri Jun 18
Re: Whiskey
One of my best mates from school started a Whiskey distillery in Australia, surprisingly good.

https://kinglakedistillery.com.au/

ChillTheKeel 1:24 Fri Jun 18
Re: Whiskey
Drambuie is neither a Scotch nor a whisky. It's a liquor, sipped by women and poofs.

mashed in maryland 1:22 Fri Jun 18
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WHO is full of such alpha males that drinking Scotch is considered poofy

Mike Oxsaw 1:17 Fri Jun 18
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Think it's served down his gym, after a good work out.

ChillTheKeel 1:10 Fri Jun 18
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I don't think mashed could be more camp if he tried.

mashed in maryland 1:08 Fri Jun 18
Re: Whiskey
Recommend Drambuie.

By recommend i mean recommend with care.

Its so sweet that its important to remember its 40%, and a whisky.

Very easy to drink too much too quickly and pay heavily over the next 1-2 days.

Tastes lovely though, like drinking honey flavoured water

Joe C 6:28 Thu Jun 17
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Nikka Days is lovely.

A lot of the aged Japanese releases is being discontinued and replaced with No Age Statement (NAS) releases instead.

Can highly recommend Nikka’s Taketsuru Pure Malt - they only do a NAS release now, the aged one’s, if you can find one, go for serious money.

Suntory’s Yamazaki NAS is very nice too. The 12 year old is frequently voted best whisky in the world by the experts - it’s amazing. Unfortunately, again going up in price - You’ll struggle to find it under £130 for a bottle now. Worth it if you’re feeling flush

Razzle 6:10 Thu Jun 17
Re: Whiskey
Just go on the Whiskey exchange.

Kilchoman are nice...

Mex Martillo 4:00 Thu Jun 17
Re: Whiskey
Easthammer, I’d be interested to hear what you think of that Nikka whisky, I should try it really.

Swiss. 3:47 Thu Jun 17
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arsene york-hunt 3:16 Wed Jun 16

"Mount Gay Eclipse rum from Barbados is a very fine dark rum. White Oak from Trinidad as a white rum pisses all over Bacardi."

Indeed. Mount Gay is a great tipple. My mate has a bar in Brussels The Dzama cafe which specialises in Dzama rums from Madagascar. Worth a try.

Sorry to crash the Whiskey thread.

MrTrentReznor 3:04 Thu Jun 17
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Most recently I had a bottle of Ailsa Bay.
Quality tipple.

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