February 20, 2015

Check Out This Guide For Drinking Scotch On A Budget

 

Scotch On A Budget

Scotch On A Budget

Don’t Let Price Hold You Down

If you’re a scotch connoisseur, you’ve acquired a pretty pricey hobby. There are certain scotches you drink for certain occasions, and not every pour needs to be from your “good stash”. However, you don’t want the price tag to limit you from quality taste.

Try following these drink suggestions to save you from settling on a drink you won’t enjoy.

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If you’re a fan of Lagavulin 16 year old Scotch Whisky, then you enjoy a dry, smokey malt with sweet spices. Try Laphroaig 10 year for a cheaper price but, a mature taste. Laphroaig 10 year has that smoke peat flavor with notes of vanilla cream, and black pepper spices.
Bowmore Legend, a single malt Scotch for under 20 dollars! This scotch is perfect for an evening night cap. Nothing too complex, but great flavor for your money. This scotch has a light smokey flavors, balanced by sweet pine.
Not your traditional scotch but if you’re looking for a lighter, sweeter tasting scotch this would be a unique one to try. This blends the sweet flavors of fruits. It’s not a full bodied or smokey scotch, but rather a light creamier taste. This is a great scotch to drink on it’s own, or get creative and use it in a beer cocktail.

Tips & Tricks

If you have leftover Valentine’s Day candy in the house, read our recent article on pairing chocolate with beer.

Not a Scotch or Beer drinker? Don’t worry, wine habits can be pretty pricey as well. Check out this list of 150 wines for $15 and under. 

Have a great weekend!

Cheers,

Danielle

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Danielle Cherrick

Danielle loves a good glass of wine. She enjoys exploring various kinds of spirits and learning more about what she's drinking so she can enhance her palate and tasting skills.

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