Paul Bissett
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Paul Bissett commented on Wil Harper's group Scotch Connoisseurs
"Steven, If you want to know more about whisky (scotch in particular) go to my website and you can read my free whisky newsletters.  My website is http://www.scot-talks.com/"
Dec 18, 2013
Paul Bissett commented on Wil Harper's group Scotch Connoisseurs
"Steven, all those Johnnie walkers are blended whiskies the ones I suggested are single malts and are more flavorful."
Dec 18, 2013
Paul Bissett commented on Wil Harper's group Scotch Connoisseurs
"Steven, Scotch tends to be more expensive due to the aging, most single malts are matured for at least 12 years as opposed to most Bourbons aged for 2 or 3 years.  Also the markets drive the price, scotch is out selling all other spirits…"
Dec 17, 2013
Paul Bissett replied to B.A. Poskin's discussion Hard to find, only find in Scotland. in the group Scotch Connoisseurs
"The Glenfiddich 125th anniversary scotch has just come out and can't be bought here, I am hoping to get a taste on Friday when a friend is meant to bring some over. i'll let you know if it's worth getting. I also know the Glenfiddich…"
May 22, 2013
Paul Bissett replied to B.A. Poskin's discussion Hard to find, only find in Scotland. in the group Scotch Connoisseurs
May 22, 2013
Paul Bissett replied to B.A. Poskin's discussion I'm new to this. in the group Scotch Connoisseurs
"Here is an article from one of my newsletters trying to explain the difference between blended and blended malts; First things first; Blended whisky is the principal earner for the whisky industry, with only a smallproportion of sales coming from…"
Jan 18, 2013
Paul Bissett replied to B.A. Poskin's discussion I'm new to this. in the group Scotch Connoisseurs
"Liam, Famous Grouse is a blend, not a blended malt, but is still a nice whisky.  In fact it is the most popular whisky in Scotland."
Jan 18, 2013
Paul Bissett replied to B.A. Poskin's discussion I'm new to this. in the group Scotch Connoisseurs
"For around $30.00 try a bottle of "Monkey Shoulder" it's not a blend, but a blended malt and combines Glenffidch, Balvenie and Kininvie single malts."
Jan 17, 2013
Paul Bissett commented on Wil Harper's group Scotch Connoisseurs
"By the way they are free to download, I just like researching (tasting) whiskies."
Jan 3, 2013
Paul Bissett commented on Wil Harper's group Scotch Connoisseurs
"SB, sorry missed your post in September.  If you go to my website www.scot-talks.com/Newsletters.html you will see pdf newsletters on The highland Park 18, Auchentoshan Classic, Bowmore Legend, Glengarioch Founder’s…"
Jan 3, 2013
Paul Bissett commented on Wil Harper's group Scotch Connoisseurs
"If you make it SB, pop over and say Hi, I will be working the Campari-America spirits booth all day Sunday, serving:                Auchentoshan Classic                Bowmore Legend                Glen Grant Major’s…"
Aug 28, 2012
Paul Bissett commented on Wil Harper's group Scotch Connoisseurs
"A collection of over 60 of the Finest Scotches, Bourbons and whiskies from around the world http://www.whiskylive.com/usa/33/san-francisco-12"
Aug 28, 2012
Paul Bissett commented on Wil Harper's group Scotch Connoisseurs
"Anyone going to "Whisky Live" this coming weekend at Pleasanton California"
Aug 28, 2012
Paul Bissett replied to Matt's discussion Lagavulin in the group Scotch Connoisseurs
"I'm guessing Daniel that you are in the antipodes?"
Jul 4, 2012
Paul Bissett replied to Matt's discussion Lagavulin in the group Scotch Connoisseurs
"The Lagavulin 16yo has been my favorite for the last couple of decades."
Jul 4, 2012
Paul Bissett and Roy J. Regalado are now friends
Feb 13, 2012

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Website
http://www.scot-talks.com
Interests
Travel, History, Whisky, Scotland
Books
The Lymond chronicles, Lord of the Rings, Ender's game.
Movies
Lord of the Rings, James Bond
Music
Rock & Roll to Pavarotti and most things in between
Quote
"Always carry a large flagon of whisky in case of snakebite and furthermore always carry a small
snake." (W.C. Fields, 1880-1946)

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