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Bill Rauhauser      Sander’s Lunch Counter, Woodard Avenue, Detroit      c.1955
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Bill Rauhauser      Sander’s Lunch Counter, Woodard Avenue, Detroit      c.1955

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whiskyandtinder said: Wes, can you help me determine the difference between tasting smoke and tasting peat in a Scotch?

Good question! Really, it’s a bit of a tough one, because when you are speaking of smoke and peat, you are talking about very related things. And definitely for myself, when I taste Lagavulin, or Talisker, I get more wood smoke, compared to Laphroaig and Ardbeg - all peat. But here is the dilemma, the “smokiness,” and the “peatiness,” comes from the same source: burning peat. So I would break down peated whiskies into these three categories: Smokey: like Talisker. Medicinal: Like Ardbeg. And Ash: like Smokehead.  Though I would also say there is plenty of smoke in Ardbeg. Think of peat smokiness as what it is, more vegetal and phenolic, where a woody smokiness is closer to smoked meat. Why peat can actually give two distinct flavor compounds is so is a whole other discussion - I mean Talisker is a fairly heavily peated whisky at about 25ppm. Hope that helps - Cheers!

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Anonymous said: Hi! bit of a strange question but I was wondering if you knew any online stores to buy men's decor items and things for the apartment. I'm after cool blankets, pillows and art prints. Any suggestions?

Not strange at all! Let’s see, off the top of my head: bestmadeco.com,modernanthology.com, unitedbyblue.com, mohawkgeneralstore.com, manready.com, seawallshop.com, pendleton-usa.com and filson.com have great fabrics. toast.co.uk. I’m sure many of my followers can give some suggestions too?

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