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  1. Ken, thanks for your great comments on the list. I just wanted to put in another vote of support for Penfolds St Henri 2010 being in the top 50 list: managed to pick up some at release and I think in time it will be excellent. Dispense, I agree with you about the Elderton red wines. I've had some lovely ones. Good to see a number of Aussie dry Rieslings in the list. Love 'em.
  2. Have a great night all. Looking forward to seeing you tomorrow. Cheers, Mark
  3. Yep, Lagavulin 16 is another favourite for me also.
  4. I believe a Martini 'shaken not stirred', actually isn't a Martini - it's a Gimlet. In that case perhaps 007 had no Martinis at all
  5. I'm with you on the Talisker 10 yo. There's a lot of single malts I like, but I love the touch of saltiness in Talisker: as they say on the label 'Made by the Sea' (on the Isle of Sky). It's also one of the best value single malts, here in Australia
  6. Looks good. Have a great time in Bali. Looking forward to seeing the WA guys at Havanathon. Cheers, Mark
  7. Happy birthday Gino. It was great to meet you on the deck in Brisbane last year.
  8. Thanks for sharing those, Rob. A great laugh. Loved 'em all.
  9. I agree 100% with all of Lutusguy's comments (except I have not tried the Upmann #2 Reservas). The Cohiba Siglo VI Gran Reservas were exceptional. The RyJ Churchill Reservas were bloody ordinary. The Gran Reservas are special and I'm happy I've tried them, but difficult for me to justify the price. I think the Cohiba Siglo IV Gran Reserva, Partagas Lusi Gran Reserva and RyJ Churchill Reservas all showed the DNA of their standard production cousins, but better. Cheers, Mark

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