[quote user="Kase-1"][quote user="JPizzack"]
[quote user="byron"]and what I've read its a acquired taste which usally means it tastes like **** but I wouldn't know...[/quote]</P>
scotch in general is an acquired taste. I dont really drink it.
I mean, i'll pound some Jame-O now and then....but i wont order a glass of any of that stuff.</P>
[/quote]If you cant get over the 'burn' then dont touch any fine scotch or whiskey, you'll just be doing your wallet and the scotch an injustice.
Once you DO get over the burn, its a delicious world of single malts, charred barred bourbons, and aged reserves that personally I have just began to enjoy
I was into it for awhile. I had a couple nice bottles that lasted me awhile. Laphroige 20, Glenlivet 15s and 20, Lagavulin 16. I bought Gold Label once....wasnt a fan, ended up being a waste of money on my part haha</P>