|The Druid, Cambridge MA|
Actually the more important reason I wanted to go through an experience like this is, that I always respected well done budget blends... I think to blend a whisky to be sold in five continents over 100 countries with the same consistency for decades and decades and still to manage to keep its price tag under 30 bucks a bottle is way harder than bottling a few hundred bottles of a 40 year old single cask single malt whisky and selling it for thousands of dollars in a few duty free shops. And I truly respect that...
So, after more than two years and nineteen bottles my top five (not particularly in this order) is below. You might disagree with it and its all ok. Like I said before I will continue tasting and will keep updating the list. Let's check the list again after I hit the thirty mark...