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Glenburgie 1966 (43%, Gordon & MacPhail 2012) – 90/100

Glenburgie 20 yo 1992 (55,6%, Tasting Fellows 2012, bourbon barrel #4894, 179 btl.) – 87/100

Glenburgie 23 yo 1989 (54,8%, Chester Whisky & Liqueur Co. 2012, bourbon barrel, 212 btl.) – 86/100

Glenburgie 23 yo 1989 (52,6%, Maltbarn 2012, bourbon barrel, 115 btl.) – 86/100

Glenburgie 9 yo 2003 (53,6%, Asta Morris 2012, cask ref. AM013, 334 btl.) – 81/100

Glenburgie 11 yo 1998 (43%, Dun Bheagan 2010, cask #4980 + 4983, 642 btl.) – 86/100

Glenburgie 1997 (57,6%, Gordon & MacPhail Exclusive for Asta Morris 2011, bourbon cask #8551, 212 btl.) – 89/100

Glenburgie 22 yo 1988 (57,3%, Duncan Taylor Rare Auld 2011, cask #11239, 233 btl.) – 87/100

Glenburgie 26 yo 1983 (48,5%, The Nectar of the Daily Drams 2010) – 83/100

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

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  • Chris: Based on price and transparency alone I'd pick this over the shoddy HP Dark Origins any day. Benromach continues to win me over. While I may not drink
  • Roberto Sikora: Benromach seem to do great things these days. Thumbs up for an uncommon age statement!
  • Fredrik: I recently made a promise not to buy or try NAS whisky anymore. It will sadly go unnoticed but that´s how I feel about this.

Coming up

  • Michters 10 Year Old
  • Glendronach 1995 #4408 (for TWA)
  • Glenlossie 1992 (Whisky Mercenary)
  • Mackmyra Midnattssol

1710 notes by Ruben

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