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  •   webspul @drinkingwhisky bij ons dus wel maar daar hadden ze die andere weer niet grrr 5d
  •   drinkingwhisky Ik had best willen ruilen @webspul ;) 4d
  •   webspul @drinkingwhisky ik had ze wel naast elkaar willen proeven 4d
  •   drinkingwhisky Dat is inderdaad een veel beter idee @webspul! 4d
  •   jcampbell30 Looks gorgeous! I have one (from my time in Germany) called The Bosun's Dram, single cask from Bunnahabhain. Haven't opened it yet! 4d
  •   webspul @jcampbell30 then i think it's aboud time. You need to enjoy it not just look at it. 4d
  •   jcampbell30 Yes, I know I know! But I want to save some of the harder to get whiskies for rare occasions. I just get so sad when a good whisky is gone. LoL! 4d
  •   webspul @jcampbell30 yep me to. Bud i can say that I enjoyed every drop of it. 4d

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  •   webspul @gosiaaaaa_ xxx 6d
  •   aiktore Not?? What do you think about The Hive then? I dont like it... But Its taste good in Barbeque marinade 6d
  •   webspul @aiktore hahaha yeah I whas not impressed aboud that one too. The Velvet Vig whas very good 6d
  •   aiktore Ok. I have never taste The Velvet Fig, but I want to taste now.. :-) 6d
  •   webspul @aiktore right that's the spirit. You will have a good dram for a nice price 6d
  •   aiktore Nice :-) But I must save money now. I was in Puttgarden (Bordershop) 4 days ago. It was Expensive :-) 6d
  •   drinkingwhisky The Hive is nice as a fresh sweet starter; the Peat Chimney wasn't very good in my opinion (a whisky that doesn't know what it wants to be: sweet or peaty...). Highlights in this line-up are definitely the Velvet Fig and the Clynelish. I haven't tasted the other ones though... For around €45 the Velvet Fig is really good value for money @aiktore! But hurry, since it's almost sold out. 5d
  •   webspul The three best where Velvet Fig, Clynelish and the Bunnahabhain. The Peat Chimney might be a nice starter for people who never have had peat before. @drinkingwhisky 5d

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2w webspul
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  •   henryooish @webspul Hi Edward, some info 😀 White Tara
    Her practice is efficacious for longevity.
    Mantra: Om Ta-re Tut-ta-re Tu-re Ma-ma A-yuh Pun-ye Ja-na Pu-trim Ku-ru Ye So-ha

    Both her legs are crossed in meditative equipoise.
    Some traditions and statue makers carved the statue with only one flower extending from her left hand/arm.
    She wears silk, jewelry, crown signifying she's a Bodhisattva.

    Green Tara
    She's called the Swift Heroine - swiftly coming to our aid.
    Mantra: Om Ta-re Tut-ta-re Tu-re So-ha

    Traditionally she has 21 physical forms.
    Her right leg is outstretched resting on a lotus flower symbolizing she's quick to respond to our prayers. And she holds two flowers extending from both hands/arms. 2w
  •   webspul @henryooish thank you 2w
  •   manjuprajna @webspul just as @henryooish said, different body gesture, and white tara of course her body is white, while green tara is green, also white tara has 3 eyes, center of both palm have eyes, while green tara not. 2w
  •   webspul @manjuprajna @henryooish thank you both for info 2w
  •   sockerpulla Have a Lovley day 2w
  •   webspul @sockerpulla thanks same to you 2w
  •   gosiaaaaa_ Xxxx 2w

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