Feel free to mention anything not listed that you think should be here. The lost distillery category could include Banff, Glen Albyn, Glenlochy, Glen Mhor, Millburn, Glenury, perhaps even Glenugie and some bottlings of St Magdalene, so please free to illucidate if your preference is defunct.
Must have been pretty unfashionable in the 80s as they seem to have halved the number of distilleries producing this style
Having said this, Dalmore can also be a great dram, as can Millburn.
From the current crop of Highlanders, I am rather partial to Glen Garioch which always surprises me with something slightly new in the flavours.
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Of the ones listed, I thought it was a toss up between Ben Nevis and Teaninich. Both are great drams at their best and seem to develop with age. In the end, I voted for Teaninich based purely on vindictiveness following my unfortunate visit to Ben Nevis.
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