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Whisky (at an early stage)
Posted By: Kerrowdown, 04-27-2014, 12:45 PM

Our peaty water makes for a fine ingredient.

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Yep, add a few more ingredients and some heat, then wait for 20 or so years. Easy
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Wow, looks good enough to drink as it is.
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Nice abstract … do they still make Glengarioch over there?

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do they still make Glengarioch over there
Aye, Glen Garioch was founded in 1797 ish, making it one of Scotland's oldest distilleries still in production.
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Nice!! Really liking the subject matter and set up! Plus looks a lot tastier than the bear wiz they use for American brands!!
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Nice!! Really liking the subject matter and set up! Plus looks a lot tastier than the bear wiz they use for American brands!!
Ah, I never understood the dramatic difference in taste... Explains a lot

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QuoteOriginally posted by Kerrowdown Quote
Our peaty water makes for a fine ingredient.
awesome abstract shot ! feels like a painting! really well done
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Yep, add a few more ingredients and some heat, then wait for 20 or so years. Easy
Think you may have a tad over simplified the process.
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Wow, looks good enough to drink as it is.
In this raw state itís good as the splash to go in the whisky.
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Nice!! Really liking the subject matter and set up! Plus looks a lot tastier than the bear wiz they use for American brands!!
Thank you and I couldnít possibly comment on the wiz.
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Ah, I never understood the dramatic difference in taste... Explains a lot
Iím not going there.
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awesome abstract shot ! feels like a painting! really well done
Thanks very much.
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Nice one!
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QuoteOriginally posted by Kerrowdown Quote
Think you may have a tad over simplified the process.
Hey, this is the internet. What can I say...
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