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The Bellinghman
Date: 2011-04-04 02:43
Subject: On whiskies
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Downstairs, on the cabinet in the living room there are three bottles, each containing a whisky from a different country.

Not one of them is from Scotland. Or Ireland. Or Kentucky. Or Tennessee. Or even Canada or Japan.

(Not that I object to a Yamazaki Single Malt.)

What I have are a Welsh Whisky - Penderyn.

An English Whisky - the rather tasty youngling from the English Distillery Company.

And the newest arrival, found in a shop in Gare de L'Est in Paris: Whisky de Lorraine.

It's interesting, and it's definitely a whisky. But I have to say, I don't like it as much as the other two.

(For those that wonder, I do have a whole bunch of whiskies in the dining room.)

I'm still trying to find a bottle of a Swiss Whisky I once saw (named Swisskey, IIRC).
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