John Wesley wrote:Try Teachers Highland Cream, very good and won't break the bank. If you want to try a single malt, my experience with introducing beginners to Scotch, and I am a very experienced Scotch drinker, is that Glenmorangie 10 the original is the best. It is trendy for the sherried cask scotch drinkers, (i.e. Macallan)nd the Islay drinkers, (i.e. Lagavulin) to criticize Glenmorangie as a 'beginners' Scotch, but believe me, it is an exquisitely elegant Scotch available often in the low 30 dollar range on sale. I love Islays and Springbanks, but those are ones to avoid for a new Scotch drinker as they are an acquired taste.
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