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Old 11-21-2000, 05:46 PM
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Ah the Classic Malts of Scotland! I agree with you on both Cragganmore and Lagavulin. The latter is indeed an aquired taste but I like it. The Oban is also a fine malt as is the Glenkinchie for those who prefer a lighter taste. Have yet to taste either the Dalwhinnie or Talisker.

There have been a number of single malts listed here so let me add one more that I happened onto in of all places, New Orleans. It is the LeDaig 20. A fine full bodied malt with just the right amount of peat.

All this talk of scotch has helped deaden the pain of the river closures. It's true, it is medicinal.

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