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Re: Introduce Yourself

PostPosted: Tue Dec 06, 2016 4:19 pm
by Good Whiskey Hunting
Welcome to the Forum. I believe we already know each other. I hope you enjoyed your recent holiday.

I hope you enjoy it here. There's a huge amount of information to dig through.

I'm sure we'll meet a a tasting or two in the new year.

Sláinte
Willie

Re: Introduce Yourself

PostPosted: Wed Dec 14, 2016 10:34 pm
by crowlp2
Hi all I am padraig and have several bottles of whiskey and brandy even30 year old Middleton rare that I have inherited and no idea of values or where to go about selling them. Any help greatly appreciated. Thanks padraig

Re: Introduce Yourself

PostPosted: Sat Dec 17, 2016 10:59 am
by HugoBoss
Padraig,

I am interested to know which bottles you have?

You can send photos to me on hugodempsey180@gmail.com

I may be interested depending on the bottles, and I can point you to sites to value them?

Regards,

Re: Introduce Yourself

PostPosted: Mon Dec 19, 2016 4:05 pm
by IrishWhiskeyChaser
crowlp2 wrote:Hi all I am padraig and have several bottles of whiskey and brandy even30 year old Middleton rare that I have inherited and no idea of values or where to go about selling them. Any help greatly appreciated. Thanks padraig


Hi Padraig,

Go over toCollectors corner and open a thread with a list of what you have got and we'll try and help you out.

Try to be as detailed as possible but pictures will be even better especially if you have stuff pre 90's.

Re: Introduce Yourself

PostPosted: Thu Feb 23, 2017 5:10 pm
by Gary
Hi,

My name is Gary, I live in Germany and have my business here in Paderborn, not too far from Hannover. The family is originally from Clontarf, although the majority of the family is scattered across the globe these days, the older generation still living in and around Clontarf.

I used to dislike whiskey intensely when I was younger preferring rum, I could never come to terms with peaty whisky which always reminded me of TCP which Mum and Nana used to apply to our childhood scrapes and cuts. I first started enjoying Whiskeys about 10 years ago whilst visiting my cousin Paul in Munich. He has his own Irish Pub with a huge selection of Whiskey. It was whilst there that we decided to have a few drinks in memory of my granddad who was a great fan of Powers. I had expected to be cringing at the first sip, but was pleasently surprised, inevitably one drink became two and so on...... Ever since then my interest in Irish whiskey and its history has grown and continues to do so, I particularly love Pot Still, but I am not a whiskey snob and like a wide range of blends, single malts and grains. I do still however have my peated Whiskey phobia, but there are not too many of those currently in terms of Irish Whiskeys and plenty of the those without to keep me going.

I try to get back to Dublin a few times a year and always make a pilgrimage to Dawson Street to see what the Celtic Whiskey Shop has es on the shelves

Well that should do for a hello post, wishing you all the best of fun enjoying Irish Whiskey and sending you all the best from Germany
Sláinte Gary

Re: Introduce Yourself

PostPosted: Fri Feb 24, 2017 9:02 pm
by JohnM
Welcome Gary

Where about in Munich is your friend's bar? Does it have a good selection of whiskey? It is one of my favourite cities.

John

Re: Introduce Yourself

PostPosted: Sat Feb 25, 2017 11:24 am
by IrishWhiskeyChaser
Welcome on board Gary, enjoy the forum & the whiskey :thumbsup:

Re: Introduce Yourself

PostPosted: Tue Mar 07, 2017 2:04 pm
by Faktuu
Hi all David here (Co. Kildare)

Got into Whiskey about 3 years ago as I just got bored with simple vodkas and jack d.
Since than I fell for Irish and Speyside whiskeys. Visited Kilbeggan Tullamore Jameson in Dublin and little by little expanding upon my collection.
Also few days ago became an IWS member so hope to find out more in the subject on the upcoming events.

Re: Introduce Yourself

PostPosted: Thu Mar 09, 2017 2:30 am
by ridge004
Faktuu wrote:Hi all David here (Co. Kildare)

Got into Whiskey about 3 years ago as I just got bored with simple vodkas and jack d.
Since than I fell for Irish and Speyside whiskeys. Visited Kilbeggan Tullamore Jameson in Dublin and little by little expanding upon my collection.
Also few days ago became an IWS member so hope to find out more in the subject on the upcoming events.


Congratulations on beginning what I am sure will be a fine journey! I look forward to meeting you at IWS events.

Best,
Pat

Re: Introduce Yourself

PostPosted: Sat Apr 22, 2017 1:46 pm
by IrishWhiskey.Com
Hi everyone,

More of a re-introduction really as I've just returned home to Ireland after a year living and working in Sarajevo.

Looking forward to catching up properly with everyone at IWS and other events from May onwards.

Busy for the last week updating the Irish Whiskey Trail website at http://WhiskeyTrail.ie. (Feedback and suggestions welcome!)

Catch up soon!

Kind regards,

Stuart

Re: Introduce Yourself

PostPosted: Sat Apr 22, 2017 2:40 pm
by Good Whiskey Hunting
IrishWhiskey.Com wrote:Hi everyone,

More of a re-introduction really as I've just returned home to Ireland after a year living and working in Sarajevo.

Looking forward to catching up properly with everyone at IWS and other events from May onwards.

Busy for the last week updating the Irish Whiskey Trail website at http://WhiskeyTrail.ie. (Feedback and suggestions welcome!)

Catch up soon!

Kind regards,

Stuart


Welcome back Stuart.

I look forward to catching up with you. I hope you're back for a while now.
Did you find much quality whiskey while you were away?

Sláinte
Will

Re: Introduce Yourself

PostPosted: Tue May 02, 2017 7:53 pm
by IrishWhiskey.Com
Cheers Will,

Great to be back and looking forward to catching up with everyone once I'm back at work in Dublin in coming weeks.

I had the pleasure of working with with many other nationalities during my year away and was introduced to several Austrian Whiskeys. I also had a friendly Whiskey war with a Scottish colleague who was also a whisky aficionado.

I received a fascinating insight into Balkan Rakias from Serbia, Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina. Not just the normal Šljivovica which is made from Plums / Damsons, but also sister spirits made from Quince, Cherry, Pear, Williams Pear (there is a difference!!), Apricot, Mountain Herbs and Grasses and even Walnut. Every village has several active home distillation projects and the quality was very very good. I brought you back a small sample for when we next meet up.

Busy for the last week working on the Irish Whiskey Trail http://WhiskeyTrail.ie and the Dublin Whiskey Trail http://DublinWhiskeyTrail.ie websites. All feedback and suggestions welcome.

Kind regards,

Stuart

Re: Introduce Yourself

PostPosted: Fri May 26, 2017 2:06 pm
by lawrence
Lawrence Here
36 Married, almost 2 kids.
Live and Work in Cork.
Currently a Bottle of West Cork 12yo Rum Cask is on the menu.

Gotten into whiskey in the last few years due to all the talk of native independent distillery's establishing themselves. I think in 10-15 years time they are going to be a great success story. I have a background in Hotel and Catering, worked in Bars and Restaurants and have qualifications which include Wine.

Dont know a lot about Whiskey, or more accuratley I know very little but I look forward to learning more.

Re: Introduce Yourself

PostPosted: Fri May 26, 2017 2:30 pm
by Good Whiskey Hunting
lawrence wrote:Lawrence Here
36 Married, almost 2 kids.
Live and Work in Cork.
Currently a Bottle of West Cork 12yo Rum Cask is on the menu.

Gotten into whiskey in the last few years due to all the talk of native independent distillery's establishing themselves. I think in 10-15 years time they are going to be a great success story. I have a background in Hotel and Catering, worked in Bars and Restaurants and have qualifications which include Wine.

Dont know a lot about Whiskey, or more accuratley I know very little but I look forward to learning more.


Welcome on board.
There's a number of societies in the country that do tastings. You should check your local one out. I've been to a few and they were very informative and had great whiskey.
There's no shortage of great whiskey in Cork.
Sláinte

Re: Introduce Yourself

PostPosted: Sat Jun 24, 2017 7:47 pm
by brian.roe23
Hi my name is Brian and I am looking to learn more about whiskey. My dad and his brother are both very into whiskeys and I am hoping on the whiskey wagon with them. Also, I am very interested in Geo Roe whiskey. My wife and I are traveling to Ireland in July and I was hoping for some insight on where I can find some original Geo Roe items. My uncle got his hands on an original bottle and it would be fun to come home with another piece to add to the collection.