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    Right now, Drambuie

    Having travelled (we left on this trip when this was just an overseas problem, and while we were onboard, all Hades broke loose) I'm in one of the self-imposed quarantines with my lady love. It could be a lot worse than that, let me tell you!

    On our return, a friendly neighbour with whom I share a sweet love of the nectar of the gods, asked over the computer, "So welcome home; what are you out of?" I laughingly replied that we were actually not in bad shape, but my bottle of Drambuie was empty. We both chuckled over that, and a while later he said that he was going to the grocery store, and asked what he could pick up for us. I gave him a short list of groceries - mostly vegetables and my thanks to go with it.

    A while later, my doorbell rang. There was nobody there, but a grocery bag on the porch, so I knew it was from Rob. When I brought it indoors, it included a wee bottle of my favourite liqueur as well as the groceries I'd listed.

    Right now, I'm enjoying that both because I love it, and because I'm very fond of my kind and thoughtful neighbour who made an extra trip to give me a smile.
    Rev'd Father Bill White: Retired Parish Priest & Elementary Headmaster, lover of God, people (most of them!) dogs, joy, humour & clarity. Legion Padre, theologian, teacher, philosopher, linguist, dreamer, traditionalist, bon-vivant, encourager of hearts & souls & a firm believer in dignity, decency, & duty. A proud Sinclair.

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    I've never tried 100 Pipers. I will keep an eye out for it. I have tried Clan MacGregor, but it was a long time ago and my memory is faint. I'll give it another try. I don't usually drink sweet liquors, but I definitely make an exception for Drambuie.

    Dave

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    I made it to the local wine and spirits shop the other day before the State of Pennsylvania closed them all down. I picked up a nice Balvenie 14 year old Caribbean Cask Single Malt, and a surprising new discovery: The Balvenie American Oak 12 year old Single Malt. I'm enjoying my first dram of the American Oak as I type. All i can say is: WOW!

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    The Balvenie Double Wood 12 is wonderful, so I'm not surprised that the 14 year old Caribbean and the 12 year old American Oak are awesome also.

    Dave

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