ras mazunga wrote:Bacardi 8yo. I heard this is the best Bacardi around but am not convinced. Sofar, I think it is a disaster.
970 ml to go.
Leither wrote:Glen Grant 27yo 1980 51.6% (Hogshead #20294) bottled at Bladnoch - earthy, dunnage warehouse and flinty. Complex, I think this one will need some closer investigation to work out in full. One thing for sure is that these forum bottles from Raymond offer outstanding value.
scotchio wrote:Cadenheads Clynelish 1965(23) 51%, sadly it's only a mini I found so I can't be offering samples. Yes it's a Brora but it tastes like a very good 23 year old Clynelish as it's from the preheavy peat period. To me it shows how well they replicated the old Brora when they built Clynelish and proves that should they choose they could replicate those Brora's from the 70s that are so very good and so stupidly expensive now.Plenty distilleries seem to cope with doing more peaty runs and dispose of the intermediate versions successfully so why not Clynelish? Diagio could make an absolute killing
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