Growing up my parents had a liquor cabinet. I grew up sneaking small nips from it and over the years my taste for scotch matured.

Once I even emptied my bottle of English Leather cologne and filled it with whisky, and whiskey, so I could have a small “pick me up” in the morning.

Who would know how much those habits can stick…

I never could shake the taste of chemical flavor from those quick bites. It wasn’t very good scotch at that point. But I still drank it.

I still love me a good glass. I assume I always will.




15 thoughts on “Dewar’s

  1. First Scotch I truly remember is Glenlivet 12 to this day it’s notes of sherry, light brine, fruity sweetness, inform what I find I love in Scotch. My current Scotch favorites that are always in my bar are Glenlivet 12, Aberfeldy 12, Edradour 10, McAllen 12, and Compass Box: Great King Street Artisan.

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  2. I’m not quite sure where my taste for whiskey was born, (now I want to delve into my past and see if I can figure it out.) I do know it satisfies that something in me when that something says it’s time for a sippa.


  3. I developed a taste for scotch but, I wound up going the route of single malt…18 year old single malt. McClellan…my Highlander roots, I suppose. And, naturally, I can’t afford it…🙄


  4. About 30 years ago, I tasted scotch (Chivas Regal) on a dare. I was in my early 30s, so one would think I was past the ‘I dare you’ stage. However, I developed quite a taste for scotch whisky as a result of that dare, and I, like you, still enjoy an occasional nip.

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  5. My friend one time sprayed cologne in his mouth to freshen his breath up & had stomach issues after, was diagnosed with IBS. Lol. I’m glad that didn’t happen to you & don’t know if I believe my friend anymore. 😛

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