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Topic: help a beginner
Posted By: fatalbert
Subject: help a beginner
Date Posted: 11.01.2006 at 12:57
My first time here.

I'm going to arrange a whiskey blind test för some friends. We are all beginners and I need your help with selecting three singel malts that represents three different tastes. And they can't be too expensive. Have in mind that we are inexperienced whisky drinkers, so we don't need anything out of the ordinary.

Thanks.



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Posted By: whiskyportal
Date Posted: 15.01.2006 at 13:17

Hi, and welcome.

I would suggest the following:

Glenmorangie 10 YO, a very good Highland Malt for the beginner, and at a fair price,
Highland Park 12 YO, Very high quality from the northern Islands, good quality for your money,
Ardbeg TEN, this has in a few year turned into a "classic" Islay malt, still priced reasonably.

I believe that these 3 would give you a good start.

Oh - please taste them in the order they are mentioned...

Have fun

Dennis



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Dennis Klindrup
http://www.whiskyportal.com - The Whisky Portal


Posted By: Anna
Date Posted: 18.04.2008 at 15:28
My advice is:
Tomatin 12
Auchentoshan Three Wood

Arran Non-chillfiltered
BenRiach Curiositas 10


Posted By: eric m
Date Posted: 18.04.2008 at 19:37
I would suggest;
Auchentoshan 10, a nice lowlander
Cragganmore,for the Speyside
Lagavulin 16,to get to know Islay
All reasonable priced whiskies,nice to start with.
Slainthe!
Eric.
 
 
 



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