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10 Best Single-Malt Scotches

10 Best Single-Malt Scotches

We've compiled a list of our 10 favorite single-malts, so pour yourself a wee dram!
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from R Sherman wrote 1 year 46 weeks ago

All of you scotch lovers Should try the Glenmorangie Lasanta 12 year old. It has an unbelievably rich and delicious flavor. Have it neat do not spoil it with ice or water.I think that is the best single malt whiskey.

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from woofbarkenarf wrote 3 years 21 weeks ago

Ah, yes...a fine scotch and a nice cigar by the fire.

This only takes place in the outdoors due to the wife's and my policy of no smoking in the house.

I wouldn't have it any other way though. Cheers!

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from jeswill01 wrote 3 years 35 weeks ago

I remember a Scotch whiskey that was on the market years ago called, "King's Ransom" or "Around the World". It was matured in oak kegs and put in hold of a ship, then sent on a journey around the Cape of Good Hope in Africa. The rocking motion of the ship kept it in motion during the aging process. It was one, smooth whiskey. When I was stationed at SHAPE Headquarters in Paris, during the 50's, Field Marshal Montgomery had his personal favorite made available in the military shops. It was named, Islay Mist. It was also a fine, smooth Scotch. Both of these made Chevis Regal taste like gin.

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from crosbychief wrote 3 years 35 weeks ago

Highland Park is indeed my favorite of the highlands-

I miss Loch Dhu, advertised and sold as the black whisky- no longer made, it was the color of old coffee and warmed the cokles of your heart when you sipped it after a late season duck hunt.

Laphroig (my sister calls if Leap Frog, I love it) is my hands-down favorite, almost reminds you of taking medicine as a kid- its aroma fills a room.

God bless the Scots-

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from akferraro1 wrote 3 years 35 weeks ago

All of your picks are great. Lagavulin is my personal favorite for hunting season, but I love your selections. It is also kind of scary that I have tasted all of them, but that is a different matter.

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from mesarich wrote 3 years 35 weeks ago

charlie elk, you are a true gentleman, +1 to you sir.

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from charlie elk wrote 3 years 35 weeks ago

Chivas is fine with me mesarich I gave you +1 to bring back to even buddy.
later,
charlie

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from trout49 wrote 3 years 35 weeks ago

Ah nothing wrong with a glass of Chivas after beating the bush or flogging the waters to a foamy froth...however if the editors shuold have an extra bottle of the $$$$ nector of the gods by all means this loyal OL reader of 50 yrs would be happy to twist the cork...may ye all enjoy your times afield!

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from mesarich wrote 3 years 35 weeks ago

Really? a -1 because I like chivas regal. Ok if you are not a complete coward at least tell me why a -1

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from alyx wrote 3 years 35 weeks ago

Balvenie 12 and 15 year are my favorites, so good choice, you guys :)

I also like the Yamazaki 12-year (yet to try the 18), which despite being from Japan tastes like a Speyside scotch.

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from GGNYC wrote 3 years 35 weeks ago

Let's not forget Highland Park...delicious!

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from mesarich wrote 3 years 35 weeks ago

Chivas is good enough for me.

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from GGNYC wrote 3 years 35 weeks ago

Let's not forget Highland Park...delicious!

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from alyx wrote 3 years 35 weeks ago

Balvenie 12 and 15 year are my favorites, so good choice, you guys :)

I also like the Yamazaki 12-year (yet to try the 18), which despite being from Japan tastes like a Speyside scotch.

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from mesarich wrote 3 years 35 weeks ago

Really? a -1 because I like chivas regal. Ok if you are not a complete coward at least tell me why a -1

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from akferraro1 wrote 3 years 35 weeks ago

All of your picks are great. Lagavulin is my personal favorite for hunting season, but I love your selections. It is also kind of scary that I have tasted all of them, but that is a different matter.

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from crosbychief wrote 3 years 35 weeks ago

Highland Park is indeed my favorite of the highlands-

I miss Loch Dhu, advertised and sold as the black whisky- no longer made, it was the color of old coffee and warmed the cokles of your heart when you sipped it after a late season duck hunt.

Laphroig (my sister calls if Leap Frog, I love it) is my hands-down favorite, almost reminds you of taking medicine as a kid- its aroma fills a room.

God bless the Scots-

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from trout49 wrote 3 years 35 weeks ago

Ah nothing wrong with a glass of Chivas after beating the bush or flogging the waters to a foamy froth...however if the editors shuold have an extra bottle of the $$$$ nector of the gods by all means this loyal OL reader of 50 yrs would be happy to twist the cork...may ye all enjoy your times afield!

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from charlie elk wrote 3 years 35 weeks ago

Chivas is fine with me mesarich I gave you +1 to bring back to even buddy.
later,
charlie

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from mesarich wrote 3 years 35 weeks ago

charlie elk, you are a true gentleman, +1 to you sir.

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from mesarich wrote 3 years 35 weeks ago

Chivas is good enough for me.

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from jeswill01 wrote 3 years 35 weeks ago

I remember a Scotch whiskey that was on the market years ago called, "King's Ransom" or "Around the World". It was matured in oak kegs and put in hold of a ship, then sent on a journey around the Cape of Good Hope in Africa. The rocking motion of the ship kept it in motion during the aging process. It was one, smooth whiskey. When I was stationed at SHAPE Headquarters in Paris, during the 50's, Field Marshal Montgomery had his personal favorite made available in the military shops. It was named, Islay Mist. It was also a fine, smooth Scotch. Both of these made Chevis Regal taste like gin.

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from woofbarkenarf wrote 3 years 21 weeks ago

Ah, yes...a fine scotch and a nice cigar by the fire.

This only takes place in the outdoors due to the wife's and my policy of no smoking in the house.

I wouldn't have it any other way though. Cheers!

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from R Sherman wrote 1 year 46 weeks ago

All of you scotch lovers Should try the Glenmorangie Lasanta 12 year old. It has an unbelievably rich and delicious flavor. Have it neat do not spoil it with ice or water.I think that is the best single malt whiskey.

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