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Tullibardine 44 yo 1965 (48,8%, Mo Òr Collection 2009, oloroso sherry butt #959, 197 btl.) – 91/100

Tomatin 36 yo 1965 (49,7%, Douglas Laing 2001, 216 btl.) – 85/100

Ardbeg 13 yo 1965 (46%, Cadenhead 1978, 75 cl) – 83/100

Longmorn 46 yo 1965 (51,8%, Gordon & MacPhail for Limburg 2011, Book of Kells, first fill sherry butt #370) – 93/100

Lochside 46 yo 1965 (52,3%, Adelphi 2011, sherry cask #6778, single blend, 499 btl.) – 92/100

Bunnahabhain 45 yo 1965 (40%, The Whisky Agency ‘Private Stock’ 2010, refill hogshead, 195 btl.) – 85/100

Glenburgie 5 yo 1965 (43%, OB 1970, 75cl) – 84/100

Tomatin 43yo 1965 (48,2%, Whisky-Doris 2009, cask #20950, 194 btl.) – 88/100

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  • WhiskyNotes: Good point Diego, it's important to coat the glass with whisky indeed. It helps it to evaporate and bring out the aromas, and take away the residuals
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