I have a 12 year old Cragganmore which I am about to kill (only one dram left in it), as soon as I have shaken my head cold. It was pretty dull to be honest. I have read that the older Craggenmores were very good, but that they have become somewhat underwhelming in recent time. I won't be buying it again.
Just polished off my Highland Park 12yo. Was a very nice intro to a sweeter style, a thoroughly delicious dram. It is likely to be replaced by a Dalwhinnie 15yo, which I tasted off against the Highland Park recently, and I preferred the Dalwhinnie.
My Knappogue Castle 12 has bitten the dust. It is no more. The scribes have written its final words. Honestly I am using more words in this entire post than a typical review of this whisky. It was decent, but uninspiring.
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