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  • seth posted 7 years ago

    Hi Lynne-

    My recommendations are pretty biased but- on the lower end of the price scale, I like the Glenfiddich 10 as a really smooth scotch and actually prefer it to the Glenfidich 12.

    Getting pricier I really like the Balvenie 15. Super smooth and just delicious.

    There was a profile recently on Ardmore (http://liquor.com/brands/ardmore/) which really made me want to try it as well as Teacher's.

    Not really a huge bourbon person, but have been really into Old Portrero Ryes as well as Rittenhouse.

    I hope that helps with choosing a birthday gift for your son.

  • Lynne posted 7 years ago

    I have a son who like Scotch and Bourbon and his birthday is coming up but I don't drink so I have no idea what would be a good liquor to give him


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