Years ago I had a Cornish Rex in charcoal named Sneaky Pete. What a wonderful boy!
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Years ago I had a Cornish Rex in charcoal named Sneaky Pete. What a wonderful boy! Kent
The little girl who lived next door asked if I had a monkey? Pete would ride on my shoulder and I’m sure that’s what it looked like. I miss the boy! By the way, that looks like a wonderful dram! These days I get my best from the Scotch Malt Whisky Society...
Malcolm is a shoulder rider, too 😀
I think if you push their ears down a little, they all look like baby yodas, LOL. Teeling is one of the large, great Irish distilleries along with Midleton (who own Jameson), Bushmills, Kilbeggan and Dingle, among others. There are so many great Scotch wh...
Same thoughts here regrding whisk(e)y investments
What is the point in that, if you are a whiskey drinker? I am new to whisky and have not gone over 18 years single malts and as much as it looks like it will stay like this. The reason is that there are already some fantastic whiskies or bourbons under or...
Ah, NickO, me lad!
You've come through gloriously! I recently read about this bottling and couldn't find it. I tried Teeling's Single Grain which, frankly, I do not care for. I much prefer Red Breast in that price range. But what you have before you must be nectar for the G...
This is the best Irish Whiskey I’ve ever tasted 😀
I’ve had Red Breast 12yo, don’t think I’ve tried Powers. I’m on the hunt for some rare Midleton branded whiskey, but I have a number of their Jameson whiskies including the 18yo and The Bow Street 18yo. The comparison is not ever close, it’s silly. It’s l...
Enjoy. I would try Powers gold label 12 year old reserve or any
Of the older Red Breast 15 or 20 year old aged whiskey without breaking the bank. The Powers is very smooth and sweet. Was this whiskey produced by Teelings? as Teelings only started out as Cooley distillery back in 87 but it didn't open till 89? A lot of...
Thanks for the suggestions, I'll have to track those down!
This expression is part of the Vintage Reserve Collection. They've released a few others beforehand, including in 2014 the 30 Year Platinum release which was distilled in 1983, four years before John Teeling founded The Cooley Distillery and six years bef...
LOL, not hassling me at all!
That’s the Teeling 33yo I referenced in my initial post. Limited to 275 bottles and sold out at the distillery and The Celtic Whiskey Shop. I’d love to try that and see how it compares to the 30yo, but at that price point I’d want to start with a 3cc samp...
I know where there's a place called McSorley's. Isn't that a coincidence? Though I guess it might close down. The owner just died.
No doubt, No.
80, Irish and unhealthy. Lived his life in some gin mill in NYC; so I hear.