I've just been introduced to whiskey and started on Pendleton. I really enjoy it and the 1910 Rye.We drink Pendleton Whisky at my house. Good Canadian that does the trick. Nice and smooth.
This year they came out with a limited run 20 yr old. Can’t wait to try it.
I don't think you'll offend any Scotts drinking it on the rocks. When I was there, they all said scotch is to be drank any way you prefer. Just as long as you drink it. They thought we "yanks" had too many rules on drinking.Winston Churchill (as he usually did) had the best comment on spirits. Asked about his love of whisky, he replied - "I have taken more out of alcohol than alcohol has taken out of me.” I wholeheartedly concur.
I don't always drink a single malt, but when I do it is usually Talisker or Macallan - 18 in either. I do not care particularly for the heavy peat taste. Also sure to frustrate my British cousins, but I prefer it over a couple of cubes of ice.