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    Lol - ask Bev, I believe she knows rather a lot about that!

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    Drank this last few days,



    Now onto this cheeky chappie.. a bit drier, but decent flavour and finish. Had it with chicken, dunno if thats form or not.lol




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    Lol - whatever works, dude! You'll probably find the BS a bit sharper, but slightly richer, than the Corbieres. Different grape variety, too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by struth View Post
    Drank this last few days,


    Which one - the Asda Mentholated Bronchial Balsam or the Corbieres?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry View Post
    Which one - the Asda Mentholated Bronchial Balsam or the Corbieres?
    fortunately the vino, although thats a good med and great for the tubes and cough. Tastes disgusting mind... Enjoyed the Corbieres
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    An after dinner dram tonight. This is very nice

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    I had a bottle of the Tullibardine Sherry finish recently which I very much enjoyed ...

    Burgundy finish sounds very exotic!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry View Post
    Which one - the Asda Mentholated Bronchial Balsam or the Corbieres?
    Just what I thought too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by julesd68 View Post
    I had a bottle of the Tullibardine Sherry finish recently which I very much enjoyed ...

    Burgundy finish sounds very exotic!

    quite like Sherry finished Malt. had a few. this one is a bit subtler but I think maybe better. Mind you I do like Burgandy
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