Robin Whittleton

Stocking up at Kyan

There seems to be an inordinate number of whisky fans at Kyan, but that does mean some interesting stuff comes into the office. Witness today’s delivery.

A photo of Kyan’s latest whisky order.

Left to right, that’s:

  1. Suntory Hibiki 12 Year Old
  2. Ardbeg 10 Year Old
  3. Koskenkorva Minttu Liqueur
  4. Laphroaig Quarter Cask
  5. Glenkinchie 1989 / Distillers Edition
  6. Karlsson’s Gold Vodka
  7. Glenlivet 1992 / 16 Year Old / Cask Strength
  8. Johnnie Walker Green Label 15 Year Old
  9. Glenlivet 18 Year Old
  10. another Hibiki 12 Year Old
  11. Teichenne Chocolate Schnapps Liqueur
  12. another Laphroaig Quarter Cask

Any recommendations for other bottles to try?

 

Tags: lunch, whisky

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Comments: 5

Pete Williams
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Sounds like it's a given, but I take it you guys have spotted the new whiskey shop down Chapel St?

Robin
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We have! It’s got some really nice stuff but doesn’t have quite the range and is a little bit more expensive (especially if you’re splitting shipping).

Phil
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Hi Pete, the whisky shop is an excellent place to start a night out, due the generous samples of their casks!

Joel
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why is this tagged lunch, that shouldn't be publicised surely ;)

Buy Whisky Online
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We pride ourselves on stocking quality drams at reasonable prices, including some rare and hard to find whiskies.

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