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LASC: Old School Scotch – Rarities from History

April 20, 2015 LA Scotch Club No Comments

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The other day, the LA Scotch Club got together at a member’s beautiful house and demolished 10 really old bottles of whisky, including:

  • 1967 Tamnavulin-Glenlivent (one of my two favorites of the night) bottled in the 1980s
  • Aberlour VOHM (Very Old Highland Malt) in a frosted bottle also from the 1980s
  • Suntory Royal Japanese Whisky from the 1970s (my second favorite of the night)
  • Glenforres 12 year old
  • Glenlivet 12 year old from the 1980s
  • 1965 Glen Mohr 32 year old bottled by Gordon and Macphail
  • 1973 Ledaig by Connoisseur’s Choice
  • 1966 Glenury Royal 23 year old bottled by Cadenhead’s
  • 1962 Knockando Extra Old Reserve
  • the infamous Loch Dhu 10 year old Black Malt. (Paired with a cigar, it was not bad!)

We also ate tacos. mmMm.

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