2 comments on “Ballantine’s Finest

  1. “Swans Brown Ale. Appearance: brown”. Nice.
    As for the Ballentines, I’ve always been confused by the ‘finest’ tag. It makes me wonder: if this is the finest, what is their bad stuff like?
    Keep on waffling,
    Nick

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    • Haha, I was definitely a bit buzzed when I decided that the “Brown Ale” required a further explanation of “Appearance: brown”…
      Perhaps they mean that Ballantine’s is the finest of all whisky’s, not just the finest of their range. Either way they seem to be forgetting that they have older, more expensive blends that probably taste better than their “finest.”
      Spoon it on,
      Riley

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