Sweet! Enjoy!!!!By Seeking Solace, at 9:05 AM
Boy is it yummy. I'm going to be drinking it veeerrryyy sparingly.By Arbitrista, at 9:13 AM
AWESOME. seriously, I'm so jealous. suddenly not just because you have a PhD and I don't. :)By Anastasia, at 9:39 AM
I've just in the past year started to enjoy the finer points of Scotch, that is to say I can drink it without making faces and enjoy the experience...By Crawlspace, at 6:48 PM
As it stands, thus far I have not sampled any of Mr. Walker's labels. Though I gather the colors equate to age and/or quality. My point, or really questions is, is the blue label the top of the line? And what sorts of age are we talking here?
A week-ish ago I had some lovely Highland Park that was made the year I was born, which is to say, it was 28 years. That is the oldest I have had.
Also, is Walker worth it? I shy away from anything that says blended on it.
Additionally, is this comment long enough?
Okay, 2nd time trying to post....By Arbitrista, at 6:58 PM
I don't know the age, but it's certainly the top of the line of blends, as far as I'm concerned. I generally go the single malts too (and that Highland sounds like something special), but the Blue is in a class of its own.
cherish it! you deserve it. enjoy!By RageyOne, at 9:16 PM
Okay, I have to ask . . . Is the "My precious" to be said in a gollum-like voice? :)By Canada, at 3:48 PM