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However, are you reading this because your best/annoying friend told you her one date with a Virgo man ended in tears? The reason I ask is because Virgos are extremely cultured and intelligent people, so much so that they should have been your ‘phone a friend’.
If so, then the following is my gift to you on how to make the best of your date with a Virgo. So if you hadn’t done already, I suggest you take a quick look at the day’s news in case he asks you what you thought of the crisis in the Middle East – Seriously!
This time around, we're leaving the makeout songs behind and listening to jams that will have anyone sailing through heartbreak.
Whether you or a friend are dealing with the aftermath of a breakup, here are the best songs for every type of split.
Just a heads up, if you were thinking this was going to be one of those posts that idolizes “blue-eyed soul singers” or says folks are out here trying to “sound black” (as if there’s one way to sound black), you’re mistaken.
Mirror this when choosing something to wear, as he won’t be impressed if you turn up showing so much flesh, you’re almost offering yourself on a plate. If you really want to make a Virgo man fall in love with you, watch your manners and etiquette whilst at the table.
Likewise, if you hide yourself under too many layers and unflattering shapes, he’ll be equally put off. You won’t notice it, but within 45 seconds of sitting he’ll have checked the state of your dress, hair, make-up and yes…even your chipped nails.
Glen Albyn - Glenallachie Glenburgie - Glencadam Glencraig - Glendronach Glendullan - Glen Elgin Glenesk - Glenfarclas Glenfiddich - Glen Garioch Glenglassaugh - Glengoyne Glen Grant - Glen Keith Glenkinchie - Glenlivet Glenlochy - Glenlossie Glen Mhor - Glenmorangie Glen Moray - Glen Ord Glenrothes - Glen Scotia Glen Spey - Glentauchers Glenturret - Glenugie Glenury Royal Colour: gold. Also a little more peat than on the nose but it’s far from being a peat monster. Hints of violet sweets, quite some toffee, vanilla fudge, roasted chestnuts. Finish: amazing, preciously woody and spicy, candied, jammy… No ‘loud’ fruitiness but rather a fine minerality, whiffs of ashes, stones, wax, marzipan (like often in these very old bottles). There are also quite some flowers from the fields (dandelions). Really complex, subtle, with a long development, ending on tallow and soot. Now we have some lemon sweets, lemon pie, roasted hazelnuts… Now, the tannins get a little too bold after a moment (cocoa). That comes across even more when you hear the stuff being performed live by a very accomplished band. Much more ‘Port Ellen’, with also a little rubber and tar as often. There are so many better Port Ellens around…Rather a collectors' bottle. With the first all-white (and maybe more readable) Adelphi labels - sorry, no pictures. Maybe the demand for peaty malt was back to normal after the big needs of the late 60's - early 70's and maybe they could distill more 'carefully' after that (Caol Ila being back to full production as well). By the way, we'll have a few 'Old' Caol Ilas as well in the coming days, stay tuned.
Nose: probably a little spirity at first sniffing but then we have very pleasant notes of tropical fruits ‘as usual’ (more mangos this time as well as quite some tangerines and papayas) and light honey and pollen. Then verbena and spearmint (other flavours that are quite common in very old bottles) as well as a great waxiness. Nose: starts on a rather beautiful sherry, very fruity (apricot jam) and quite lively, even if the distillery character is a little absent here. Mouth: the attack is on very dry sherry, with lots of bitter chocolate and espresso, cocoa, Smyrna raisins and mint. Gentian and liquorice, quince jelly, mint again, moss… Maybe not the best of all ‘1967 olorosos’ by Signatory. Nose: extraordinary honeyed attack (chestnut, fir) with superb notes of old sweet wines (Yquem springs to mind) and all sorts of herbs. Then it gets all on roasted nuts and milk chocolate, bourbon vanilla, nougat… We have also a great meatiness (well-hung game, smoked ham) as well as quite some wax polish (grandma’s cupboard). It’s almost too good, and it makes me wonder what happened between 2004 after the release of her first album Frank and the release of Back to Black at the end of 2006 – did she sell her soul to the devil at the Golders Green and Finchley Road crossroads? Recommended listening: I guess you know Marlena Shaw?