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 Posted: Mon Jan 18th, 2010 07:34 pm
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I was in my lost cabin this weekend: No electricity there, just like the old time...
This Scotch from Islay is one of my favorites: Non chilled-filtered, non coloured.
SKÅL! As we say up here.

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 Posted: Wed Jan 20th, 2010 01:03 pm
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Looks kike everything you need for a peaceful weekend!

Is that available in the States?

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 Posted: Wed Jan 20th, 2010 02:50 pm
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Natevan70 wrote:
Looks kike everything you need for a peaceful weekend!

Is that available in the States?


I don't know at all: Just been 3 hours in Houston's airport in 93...That's all I saw from the States:D
You can't buy in them netshop since the US rules are tight like an ant's butt: Look yourself there http://www.laddieshop.com/acatalog/info.html
But you can allways search on the US netshops...
Personnaly, I buy this one in my town.

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 Posted: Wed Jan 20th, 2010 04:47 pm
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You're right about the rules in the States; and in my home state of Pennsylvania it's even worse! All stores allowed to sell liquor are owned and operated by Pennsylvania (very Soviet), so they control prices and selection. I'll look here, but I doubt I'll have any luck :( . Thanks for the link!

 

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 Posted: Wed Jan 20th, 2010 05:17 pm
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Every alcoholised beverage over 5% are also selling through state-controled shops in Norway... At horrible prices. Very Soviet politic also:X... It will not last forever: They will have to capitulate one day.

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William, that's a good one. I downed 1 bottle on the 3 days leading to XMas and brought 1/2 of the unfinished bottle on the plane (checked-in luggage) coming home from abroad.

I found out that for Bruichladdich, a very, very small crystal of ice, the size of a tooth, for a double shot serving size, is all it needs to open all that flavor and soon arrive in dreamlandsubtlelaugh.gif.

For this one amigo, best drinking partner would be somebody half my age, about 36-24-36, and fancies guys with thinning hair and large watchestoon1.gif

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bigrustypig wrote:
William, that's a good one. I downed 1 bottle on the 3 days leading to XMas and brought 1/2 of the unfinished bottle on the plane (checked-in luggage) coming home from abroad.

I found out that for Bruichladdich, a very, very small crystal of ice, the size of a tooth, for a double shot serving size, is all it needs to open all that flavor and soon arrive in dreamlandsubtlelaugh.gif.

For this one amigo, best drinking partner would be somebody half my age, about 36-24-36, and fancies guys with thinning hair and large watchestoon1.gif


subtlelaugh.gif Hehehe, yes, I recommanded you this whisky nearly a year ago I think: You didn't know it yet if I remember well. So now you know what I'm speaking about amigo! I know this kind of guy you speak about...:D

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Jeff! I found an old pic. of the guy: Be carefull, he's thirsty...subtlelaugh.gif

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 Posted: Sun Jan 24th, 2010 10:48 am
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Hahaha. William, I just mailed you your 2nd Craziness Certificate straight to your cabin.....you can frame it nowsubtlelaugh.gifsubtlelaugh.gifsubtlelaugh.gif

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bigrustypig wrote:
Hahaha. William, I just mailed you your 2nd Craziness Certificate straight to your cabin.....you can frame it nowsubtlelaugh.gifsubtlelaugh.gifsubtlelaugh.gif

It will have to come there on whale and raven's back because no postman come until there:D

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