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Your soul-mate Kimberly isn't one in a million, at best she is about one in a hundred. We want what we don't have or what we can't have, when we have it we don't want it. Every day she would talk about feminism ad nauseam. I wasted a great deal of time in college, aimlessly drifting through because that's what you're supposed to do.

She can be replaced and it's not true love that you feel for her it is infatuation. You don't need a psychology textbook to learn that, just a little Bold and Determined 101. The cold, hard reality is that you aren't guaranteed a job or a career and your college degree is going to be the most expensive piece of paper you ever purchase.

The same notes follow through to the palate, that ancient smoky note grows – Brian tells me this is the enhanced tannin influence, that citrus note grows as do the orchard fruity note, maybe I’m imagining it but there is a luscious grape note with a sweetness that isn’t sickly, but makes you want more.

If she wanted you then you would not want her so much but because she does not want you you want her. It is time to get women out of the schooling of boys. Women in our feminized classrooms are consigning generations of our sons to years of misery and diminished futures. A college degree in this day and age usually guarantees one thing: debt.

Making money and living well is completely and 100% up to you, not your piece of paper.

Priority numero uno should be making money and building a life for yourself.

There are 3 billion women in the world and they are all basically the same. My freshman year of college I had a female English teacher who had the build of a linebacker and, rather than teaching us English, taught us feminism.

We also tried the Age of Discovery 19 Year Old ex-Californian red wine cask single malt that is finished in some Malbec Argentinian casks amongst others giving a lovely oaky, toasty, caramel flavour with deep fruit notes, with hints of vanilla, stewing apples and a wine note that is not domineering, but is present. Over a luscious dinner in the cellar of the Peller Estates winery I asked Brian about his experiments and what told him when an experiment was ready, and what told him if one was failing, to which he told me that “some have died as they could not work commercially, for examples casks from Russia we wanted to play with just could not work from a commercial and logistical standpoint, others have not matched the Glenfiddich house style despite sometimes being absolutely lovely and me loving it personally.

The thing with our experiments is that they must be a true expression of the brand characterit is our main business to do our core products well, then at the top end is a wine playground; seventy percent of what we do is core, twenty percent is retail and winery products and at the top is ten percent playground products where we have a go at creating the new, and interesting and boundary-pushing products.

To tease the palate the day before the reveal we were invited to sample a super-limited edition 1993 Glenfiddich aged in a French Semillon white wine cask which gave off a gorgeous deep, burnt sugar nose akin to a creme brûlée with some grapey notes and a tannic quality.

With time the dram becomes slightly more perfumed with a creamy mouthfeel packed with Glenfiddich fruity citrus character and deep, dark fruits.

I always say to me team that it is important that we make mistakes, but that they must always be smart mistakes that have been attempted for a reason; that’s experimentation.” Curiously, for a man as credible and as accomplished as Kinsman, he has a side to him that is thoroughly intriguing once you scratch the surface, especially when asked about what he finds hard about what he does – “the hardest part for me is writing tasting notes, verbalising what I am thinking and feeling and making that relatable is a challenge, and the biggest tip I can give anyone who wants to be able to articulate tasting notes better is to smell what is around them, in supermarkets, in airports, look at how these ingredients are described and start to build up your vocabulary”.

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