Yes, missing such a night would be a shame indeed.That's quite a fine variety of Irish Whiskeys. The Bushmills 16 is particularly good stuff, to which I can personally attest. The only problem is it makes regular Bushmills and even Black Bush taste second or third rate by comparison.I've heard great things about Knappogue Castle, but never got a chance to try it yet.
A bottle of Red Breast would be a nice addition to that lineup.
Quite a shame, indeed.
Gotta add Red Breast to you list of Irish whiskey.
Oh man, that sucks... :-) Good stuff there!!!
Just in time for Saint Patrick's Day! I must get more Irish Whiskey!
Three of my favorite things in the world are in that picture.Only because I have not had the pleasure of sampling Connemara.
Buy a pair of Wescos and you'll never do any time in bad footwear again, looks like you've got the whisky covered.
What Mike M. and Pat Kelley said. But Connemara makes up for it, or if you're looking for a smooth finishing blend, try the 12 year old Jameson's with the hint of bourbon to tickle your palate.
Congratulations on the Bushmills 16 year old. I was holding a bottle of it in my hands just last night, debating whether to crack it open or wait a few days.
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