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Blended Malt 33 yo 1980 (45,8%, The Whisky Agency 2014, refill butt, 636 btl.) – 88/100

Talisker Port Ruighe (45,8%, OB 2013) – 79/100

Talisker ‘Storm’ (45,8%, OB 2013) – 80/100

Talisker 2001 ‘Distillers Edition’ (45,8%, OB 2012, Amoroso sherry finish) – 87/100

Talisker 10 years old (45,8%, OB 2011) – 81/100

Port Askaig ‘Harbour’ 19 yo (45,8%, Specialty Drinks 2011) – 86/100

Banff 34 yo 1966 (45,8%, Douglas Laing Old Malt Cask 2000, 408 btl.) – 84/100

Port Askaig 30 yo (45,8%, Specialty Drinks 2009) – 89/100

GlenDronach Grandeur 31 yo (45,8%, OB 2010, 1013 btl.) – 88/100

Talisker 18 years old (45,8%, OB 2007) – 87/100

Talisker 12yo (45,8%, OB 2007, for Friends of Classic Malts, 21.500 btl.) – 82/100

Port Askaig 25y (45,8%, Whisky Exchange 2009) – 88/100

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  • Dirk V.: I think Inge L. does a fantastic job with her whisky flavoured chocolates ;-)
  • SK: And just to prove a point, all of the bottles are still available in places where they usually run out. Lets see how many will be still available whe
  • SK: 2 years ago I tried the Caol Ila 1982 from Archives. What a fantastic whisky. Since then I always try to stock these Caol Ila from the 80s. Sadly no

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1682 notes by Ruben

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