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    Quote Originally Posted by TxAggie View Post
    NO thank you. I love good beer, IPAís just arenít good beer. I will take a good Bock, Porter or Stout though. As for whiskey (whisky?) I donít discriminate: Bourbon, Irish, Scotch... I like them all.



    My sister has been trying to get me to get a bottle of Laphroaig, I definitely need to try it.


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    Laphroaig is not your typical scotch. It is very peaty and has a very distinctive flavor. The distillery actually recommends drinking it diluted with water. I drink Laphroaig on the rocks while good bourbon is served neat.

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    It's clear, whatever your choice , that one of the most important things to remember is to properly lubricate your sewing machine operator.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wbJohn View Post
    Laphroaig is not your typical scotch. It is very peaty and has a very distinctive flavor. The distillery actually recommends drinking it diluted with water. I drink Laphroaig on the rocks while good bourbon is served neat.

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    Sounds right up my alley. One of my favorite domestic whiskeys is Balcones Brimstone. It has a decidedly strong oak smoke flavor at just over 100 proof.

    Quote Originally Posted by Just Bill View Post
    It's clear, whatever your choice , that one of the most important things to remember is to properly lubricate your sewing machine operator.
    Lol!


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    Quote Originally Posted by wbJohn View Post
    Laphroaig is not your typical scotch. It is very peaty and has a very distinctive flavor. The distillery actually recommends drinking it diluted with water. I drink Laphroaig on the rocks while good bourbon is served neat.

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    All of the Islays are quite peaty. Surprised to hear that Laphroaig is bottling a blended variety. I know that a lot of folks dilute single malts but, if the distillery meant for it to be watered down, they would have done that when they bottled it! But, add your branch water (or ice) if you must. I stick to sipping a single malt neat from a proper single malt vessel. If it's scotch-on-the-rocks, it's a blended for me. DYOD!

    (I hope to live long enough for the Kilbeggan single pot still to hit the market after aging long enough in the casks. Love Redbreast but anxious to see what the "competition" brings to market.)
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    Too much lubrication can be bad for the thread injector and its operator.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slugbait View Post
    Too much lubrication can be bad for the thread injector and its operator.
    Lubricate after every use?

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