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Bruichladdich 28 yo 1964 (50,6%, Gordon & MacPhail 1993, cask #3670, 3671, 3672) – 93/100

Karuizawa 48 yo 1964 (57,7%, Number One Drinks for WealthSolutions 2013, cask #3603, 143 btl.) – 95/100

Girvan 48 yo 1964 (49,5%, The Whisky Agency ‘Fights’ 2012, ex-sherry butt, 487 btl.) – 89/100

Glenfiddich 1964 (56%, J. & J. Hunter 1992, cask #10802) – 87/100

Springbank 15 yo 1964 (45,7%, OB for Samaroli Import 1979, sherry wood, 75 cl, 360 btl.) – 93/100

Lochside 46 yo 1964 (42,1%, The Whisky Exchange 2011, cask #8970, single blend, 139 btl.) – 91/100

Laphroaig 1964 (43%, Berry Bros & Rudd 1981, 75 cl) – 95/100

St Magdalene 18 yo 1964 (40%, Gordon & MacPhail Connoisseurs Choice brown label 1983, 75 cl.) – 93/100

Highland Park announced a new 12 years old bottling named Hjarta.

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  • WhiskyNotes: It says 'single cask Scotch whisky' on the label, so yes, technically it can even contain a bit of Girvan grain. Not that it matters a lot though.
  • kallaskander: Hi there, could be a teaspooned blenders cask... technically not a single malt then.... that seems more probable than letting an IB bring out the fir
  • Glenn Vanbellingen: If you put the 12 y origin at 40% head to head with the 12 y origin 46% you see it immediately or better you taste it immediately.

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  • Ardbeg 1972 (Douglas Laing OMC)
  • Jura 1972 SMWS 31.4
  • Balblair 2002
  • Kavalan Solist sherry (for LMdW)
  • Tullibardine 1980 (Malts of Scotland)
  • Ardbeg 1998 (Malts of Scotland)

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WhiskyNotes - Ruben LuytenThis blog is my personal collection of impressions, written while searching for the ultimate single malt whisky.