cyocum at gmail.com
Sun Apr 13 07:59:22 PDT 2008
Count me in! Anyway, I have been to the whiskey museum on the
Royal Mile and it was a bit hokey for my tastes but you get a discount
at their store after and a good speciality whiskey glass as well. I
have not been to the Camera Obscura though.
I am looking forward the meeting!
On Sun, Apr 13, 2008 at 3:49 PM, Aaron Crane <perl at aaroncrane.co.uk> wrote:
> Michael G Schwern writes:
> > Hi, sorry for not getting back sooner, I've been dropping a lot of
> > email on the floor while traveling.
> Not to worry, I know how that goes.
> > Yes, I'm in town now and have some time! I'll be leaving Tuesday
> > morning so any time before then for an emergency social would be
> > great. I'm staying with a friend in Newington and I don't have any
> > concrete plans while I'm here. Just tell me when and where.
> Excellent. Given that it's already Sunday afternoon, that leaves
> Monday evening as the most likely option. I propose we go to the
> Whisky Society at 28 Queen Street:
> (They have another branch in Leith, which I slightly prefer, but it's
> closed on Monday evenings.)
> It has lots of interesting single-cask whiskies, and tasty (if not
> exactly cheap) bar food.
> It's members-and-guests only, but I think we have enough members on
> the list to get in everyone who wants to come.
> How does 7pm sound?
> > PS Is the scotch whiskey museum and Camera Obscura on Royal Mile
> > worth it? They seemed more than a little touristy.
> I've not been to either, and I'm sure they're touristy, but I think
> I've also heard good things about them.
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