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#50494 - 25/12/17 09:30 PM Bladnoch Christmas Bottling, 2013
Dave N Offline
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Registered: 18/06/12
Posts: 157
Loc: Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Cana...
As I sit here having a dram of the Bladnoch Christmas Bottling from 2013, a 15 yr old at 55.8%, I'd like to wish all here on the forum a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
This is a great tasting dram, I'd swear Raymond had soaked a fruitcake in the cask. I have enough left for 5 more Christmas's
in 50 ml bottles. Cheers to all.

Dave N

#50495 - 26/12/17 10:30 PM Re: Bladnoch Christmas Bottling, 2013 [Re: Dave N]
Beefy Offline
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Registered: 23/11/02
Posts: 402
A happy new year to you too Dave when it comes. I am sitting here tonight with a Glenkinchie, which i think is much improved in recent years, might have to move South and West for the next dram.

Cheers all

#50497 - 26/12/17 10:48 PM Re: Bladnoch Christmas Bottling, 2013 [Re: Dave N]
Grant Offline
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Registered: 21/11/10
Posts: 277
Loc: Stonehaven
Seasons Greetings and a happy new year ! ,to all -
Arran “bothy” for me , the only bladnoch I have left is a hoarded bottle of flora and fauna , waiting for the right celebration !

#50498 - 26/12/17 11:51 PM Re: Bladnoch Christmas Bottling, 2013 [Re: Dave N]
Wee Rab Offline
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Registered: 14/08/10
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Loc: Whithorn, Wigtownshire, Gallow...
Hi Dave, Francis and Grant. Season’s greetings to you and all the forum readers. Been working my way through Martins' last offerings, and even took some to a soiree which was enjoyable until some inebriate kicked my gouty foot!!!
There are those who may say it was an ethereal judgement, but I say it was a drunk.
No matter, all the best to you Dave, I e-mailed Graeme and Jessica, and send all my best to the Shebeen Crew.

Cheers, HRH Rab.


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