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Highland Park 12 Ah, the scotch that Michael Jackson calls "the greatest all-rounder in the world of scotch". Nice phrase, only I disagree, I'd give that honor to Oban. ...
Bushmills... bad ... etc.
Hmm, tough question! If forced, I would probably pick the Glenmorangie 15, it is smooth and sweet enough to be pleasant for everyday drinking, but has enough complexity to be interesing over the long term, plus it is very readily available. Unless you like a peaty scotch, in which case the Laphroaig Cask Strength is the way to go.
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