Laphroaig 10yo CS, Great price at $50 for a great Islay, I'd get two!
Glenfarclas 17 & 21yo, The 21yo is more rounded than the 17yo which is no slouch in it's own right. Both reflect the high quality of Glenfarclas.
Signatory Highland Park 20yo CS, Signatory does some very nice cask strength HP's. For just $120 it's almost a no-brainer!
Laph 10 CS - really great, and $50 is cheap.
Sig HP 20 - Always worth trying an older HP, and $120 is worth a try.
Oban 14 - I like it, and I had to find something less than $80 to fit the bill.
The Third Dram wrote:My choices...
Laphroaig 10YO CS
All established classics. $250 on the nose. A wonderful range of differing flavour sensations.
Yup, this is a great choice! though I would add a tenner and sub. the Cragganmore for the Glenmorangie Nectar D'Or.
Very tasty! One of the best Glenmorangies i reckon...and I've tried at least 10!
Redbreast for wonderful value for money and an excellent dram.
Highland park for what is hopefully a wonderful full bodied fulflavoured HP at CS and also a bit of age.
Then lastly the Glenmorangie Nector D'or just to fill up the order.
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