Hello dear all,
and "Hello" from Germany to all. First I am sorry for my English, but I will try my best. Some facts: 39 years young, since 2004 happy married, fantasy-roleplay-gamer and master, fantasy-world-builder, collecting single malt whiskys, movie and musik fan, in sports soccer, handball and jogging and other interests, too.
That it's for now - and best regards
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Hello dear all,
and thank you for your welcome. In malt whisky currently on my point of view one of the best is the Ardbeg Airigh Nam Beist, the 20 years old Talisker, the classic Lagavulin and some bottles of Caol Ila. I prefer malts without sherry finish or other amendments and in the moment I am tasting cask strengths :-)
... who now will check the next tutorials.
Welcomen Vanderil. I am a German boy too, on my mother's side. Her family is in a small town called Lampertheim. I spent my first two years in the Air Force there, at Rhein Main in Frankfurt. I did love it there, but life and a houseful of kids have kept me in the US since I got out of the service.
I think my most memorable days in Deutschland were when I got to go over to West Berlin on the troop train. Back then the Russians still owned the east. A weekend in Templehof was always a good time and there were a few guys there who were really rabid gamers. Good times.
Welcome again and I hope you enjoy it here!
Heh, I've had my share of Lagavulin - great sport, that.
Berlin is always a good time for me, I go there with my wife and kids a couple of times a year.
So, yeah, welcome around, Vanderil
Welcome Aboard, Vanderil!