Nothing wrong with some Glenmorangie in my coffee.
I love a tip in my top too :)
Did you know that in Ireland we don't call them "Irish coffees" but just coffee? :D
Johnny Walker, White Horse, Haig, Black & White, Jack Daniels,
I like whiskey and don't drink any of the aforementioned, least of all jack D because it comes from a dry state.
These days Jamesons and the Famous Grouse (you get free glasses with them:) dance on my palate... where did I... oh here it is :)
Polonius3, you will probably be delighted to know that due to the Polish vodka shooting culture, it is difficult to get people here to sip, yes sip
and enjoy a whiskey, instead it's WHAM! down the hatch in one shot.
I have seen 12 years go in a split second without hitting any taste buds on it's final journey.
what a damn waste.... :)
which has that unpleasant 'krople żołądkowe' after-taste.
Part of the problem here (in Poland) is that whiskey is expensive, so people buy the cheapest (which is still expensive) shoot it down and are left unimpressed for obvious reasons e.g. bad hangover.
Get someone who like whiskey to introduce you to it and you'll be on the pig's back :)
What? Regardless whichever part of the UK it comes from, it's still a traditional British drink.
The word Whiskey comes from Gaelic "uisce beatha" literally translates to "water of life".