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(Uproxx)   10 bartenders name the best whisk(e)ys from countries not known for whisk(e)y   ( divider line
    More: PSA, Malt, Barley, Whisky, Scotch-style whisky production, subtropical climate, high-quality whiskeys, South Africa, new expressions  
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490 clicks; posted to Food » on 03 Feb 2021 at 2:11 PM (10 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook

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2021-02-03 1:05:18 PM  
Oooh, now name us the best wines from Africa and South East Asia.
2021-02-03 2:58:34 PM  
They got it right with Kavalan.  Great stuff.
/never heard of any of the others
2021-02-03 4:54:56 PM  
unlikely to ever see any of those, not even a smell of them :(

one of my favorite less-obscure semi-exotics that seems in ready supply to the US?
Armenian Brandy.

this is always a decent + inexpensive one, but seriously just buy any that has like 5 stars or 12 stars on the label, it really does not seem to matter lololol.

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2021-02-03 5:07:15 PM  
Amrut Fusion is a fun tipple. Definitely underrated by most.
2021-02-03 5:15:52 PM  
I once drank a whisky so terrible, that I can not ever drink any again.

It was a 3USD bottle of Mic Mac.
2021-02-04 12:57:27 AM  
California is a country?
2021-02-04 8:21:45 AM  
Missing from that list...

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