As Jets season is not far away, it is obviously a good idea to stock up on some strong beverages. So it is.
So I will start with 14 year old Balvenie "Caribbean Cask". Aged in old rum barrels, this stuff is sweet, fruity and smooth as a vagina of 18year old blonde. It taste for me better then much more famous and 3x times pricey 21 old Balvinie. Great, great scotch.
Surely a awesome drink after a win, after a loss I would go with some rougher stuff.
There is Blended Scotch and then there are single malts. Blended Scotch means a blend of around 15-20 percent Single Malt painstakingly made in small batches and 80-85 percent cheap grain whisky spewed out continuosly from a device called a Coffey Still
Thus you are partly correct in that no blended scotch (J and B. Dewars. Johnny Red or Black... Chivas et al) are worth more than.your 20 buck
Makers Mark or Seagrams 7 while pretty much ALL single malts are worth every penny of what they go for
I'll never understand why people spend big money on booze.
Why buy a bottle of scotch for $100+ when I can buy a $30 bottle of Jameson or Makers Mark and accomplish the same thing?
Because people who drink more expensive liquor tend to be a bit more mature than looking to get drunk for the sake of getting drunk. For that matter, you can go get yourself a bottle of rotgut or ripple and have at it as well.