Single malt and blended Whisky’s

Well, where to start, Bob, Limp, Skull and I, Brass, don’t hesitate to try some of the more ‘odd’ Whisky’s etc from practically all over the world.
Peated ones, double barrels, quarter casks, IPA’s, project X whisky’s, 8, 10, 12, 15, 18 years old and so on. Yeahhhhhh…. and even some blended type’s, like black, double black, green, blue and whatever colour you can imagine. You’ll name it.

A sample of some of my whisky’s in 2014

And sometimes you begin to think that you’ve tasted ‘enough’ to know the difference between most of them. And then, all of a sudden, a strange one pops up every now and then.

Anyway, weekend was knocking on the door yesterday and Corona shit keeps a lot of us more or less ‘inside’. So, tasting Whisky ain’t such a bad way to fill up your lost or wasted hours.

In my spare time I dig up old Easyriders magazines and scan them onto my computer and save these scans as a ‘sort of’ digital copy. That idea popped up when our former clubhouse burned down to the ground.
And while scanning Easyriders Magazine number 171, from September 1987, I stumbled over an old advert on page 29. I thought I’d seen them all, Whiskey’s that is, – as a matter of speaking of course. In those years I wasn’t that interested into Whiskey’s or Single malt Whisky’s and so on.
That’s why my eyes never got my attention for this above mentioned advert.

By the sound of it, it makes me wonder…. Did he create a Whiskey or a new kind of ‘fish-sauce’?
Anyway, see below what his creation was called in 1987. I don’t think it still exists, and if it does, I’d like to have a taste of it. Ha, ha, maybe I’ll start walking again after a few sips of his brew….. Who knows?

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