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    I'm in the midst of starting a liquor collection that I will add to gradually through the year. Hopefully I can be restrained enough so that it will grow despite only making a purchase every couple of months.

    Price range I'm looking at is $25-$50

    At first I was thinking of starting a Scotch collection.

    But, the first Scotch I bought was this:



    I'm pretty sure it's the best scotch in it's price range and everything else will just be a letdown with the possible exception of Macallan which would cost a few more bucks.

    So I'm looking to branch out.

    Right now I have these as well as the Ardbeg:





    I'm thinking my next additions will be these two since they're on sale for $19 and $37:






    Ftr, this thread is also a great place to just talk about booze.
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    I like liqueurs I have two in my collection.

    Those bottles are beautiful looking, my eye likes what it is seeing.
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    I'll have to contribute some tomorrow. let.me put my thinking cap on and figure out some solutions to your quandary.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KitchenFly View Post


    I like liqueurs I have two in my collection.

    Those bottles are beautiful looking, my eye likes what it is seeing.
    They look beautiful.

    Mind sharing the names (since they aren't clear)?
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    It looks like you are building a nice collection. Will you be enjoying them along the way?

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    That should help you to read the labels.






    This Israel made port I have been told is quite special.

    I won't to tease it but I want to keep it I think I might see if I can find an other bottle of it and then drink the first.
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    I think I'm going to do some rotation of the following:

    1. A very nice bottle of something $50-$60
    2. Two nice bottles for $50-$60 combined
    3. A 1.75 L of a Premium Mixer/Cocktail base for $30-$50
    For example:



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    Quote Originally Posted by KitchenFly View Post
    It looks like you are building a nice collection. Will you be enjoying them along the way?
    Yes!
    Hopefully slowly so it will grow!

    I'm almost out of the Ardbeg and Monte Alban. But now that we're out of the holiday season they're being opened less.
    I've been particularly good about preserving the Hine. It is Delicious!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beorn View Post
    Yes!
    Hopefully slowly so it will grow!

    I'm almost out of the Ardbeg and Monte Alban. But now that we're out of the holiday season they're being opened less.
    I've been particularly good about preserving the Hine. It is Delicious!
    Sounds like you are enjoying your quality time shearing good drinks with friends.

    A special pass time I like to enjoy with my closest friends at times of get together meetings.


    I would like to purchase and try this coffee liqueur. MR BLACK


    Her is a link to some fine Australian product mostly made by small payers in the industry.

    11 of Australia's most interesting spirits

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    Quote Originally Posted by KitchenFly View Post


    That should help you to read the labels.






    This Israel made port I have been told is quite special.

    I won't to tease it but I want to keep it I think I might see if I can find an other bottle of it and then drink the first.
    I love Port!
    I don't think I'll be experimenting with more expensive ports since they won't last so long once they're open.
    I love me some Ruby Cockburn and Roquefort cheese.
    Take the weakest thing in you
    And then beat the bastards with it
    And always hold on when you get love
    So you can let go when you give it

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