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Ardbeg 29 yo 1972 (50%, Douglas Laing OMC 2001, sherry finish, 432 btl.) – 94/100

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

Scapa 15 yo 1993 (50%, Douglas Laing OMC 2008, refill hogshead, ref. 4713, 331 btl.) – 72/100

Ardbeg 28 yo 1972 (50,1%, Douglas Laing for Alambic Classique Germany 2000, 234 btl.) – 94/100

Ardbeg 27 yo 1975 (50%, Douglas Laing OMC 2002, sherry cask, US market, 342 btl.) – 92/100

Bowmore 9y 1997 (50%, DL OMC ‘The Cigar Malt’ 2007, 20cl) – 86/100

Rosebank 19 yo 1990 (50%, Douglas Laing Old Malt Cask 2009, 444 btl., DL ref. 5082) – 85/100

Port Ellen 26 yo 1983 (50%, Douglas Laing OMC 2009, refill butt, DL ref. 5441, 640 btl.) – 88/100

Banff 32 yo 1975 (48,7%, Douglas Laing Old Malt Cask 2008, DL ref. 3971, 164 btl.) – 88/100

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

Speyside’s Finest 43 yo 1966 (48,2%, Douglas Laing OMC 2009, cask #5525, 197 btl.) – 91/100

Port Ellen 27 yo 1982 (55,2%, Douglas Laing OMC 2009 for The Whisky Fair, ref. DL 4904, 133 btl.) – 91/100

Port Ellen 21yo 1982 (50%, Douglas Laing OMC 2004, DL ref. 414, full sherry, 420 btl.) – 89/100

Glenugie 27yo 1982 (50%, Douglas Laing Old Malt Cask 2009, cask #5040, 216 btl.) – 91/100

Longmorn 14y 1994 (50%, DL OMC 2008, ref. 4804, 352 btl.) – 82/100

It’s Sunday so let’s have a break from the Feis Ile bottlings and give you some news. In celebration of their sixtieth anniversary since the launch in 1949, independent bottler Douglas Laing is releasing a series of 6 limited edition bottlings, one for each decade. They are single casks in a special retro version of […]

St. Magdalene 26y 1982 (50%, DL OMC 2008, ref. 4712, 511 btl.) – 84/100

Bowmore 25y 1983 (50%, DL OMC 2008, ref. 4189, 259 btl.) – 60/100

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  • MARS: On this point I can only agree, even the badest karuizawa is higly wanted and really expensive. ;-) Personaly I have nothing against the fact that the
  • WhiskyNotes: I'm not counting new releases - the producer can basically ask any price you want regardless of the real value. That leaves us with a couple of 1972's
  • MARS: The last 35 years old cost 1400€, the 1972's rare malt are at 4000/5000€(minimum minimorum) at auction and the 1972/40 years old release of last y

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  • Glendronach 8yo (Whiskymanufaktur)
  • Yamazaki 12 Year Old
  • Tomatin 1997 (Liquid Library)

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