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Could I kindly ask some of the more experienced members of this forum to name a few such bottlings that are by far superior to anything that is available today? Such a list would be worth its words in platinum to any collector with the intent of actually drinking his lot of bottlings, as he or indeed she could then put extra effort to finding such superb bottlings. Pricey as they may be, and rare, I am certain that some can be bought by some well-to-do individuals.
- Black Bowmore first edition 1964-1993, (50%, sherry, OB)
- Bowmore 'Anniversary' 1963-1993 (30yo, 50%, OB)
- Ardbeg 1967/1995 (53,7%, Signatory, C#575, Pale Oloroso)
- Glen Garioch 1971 (59.6%, Samaroli, 2280 bottles, sherry, 75cl, 1988?)
- Springbank 12yo 100 proof (57.1%, OB, Samaroli, early 80’s, 2400 bottles)
- Glen Garioch 21yo 1965/1986 (43%, OB)
- Bowmore 7yo (43%, OB, Sherriff, COGIS, 60’s)
- Highland Park 17yo ‘no vintage’ (43%, OB, James Grant green dumpy, 70’s)
- Tamdhu, 15yo, (43%, OB, half moon bottle, mid 70's)
- Laphroaig 1966-1995 (51,1%, Signatory, 70cl, Oak Cask, 33 bottles)
- Springbank 1980-1989 (62,6% Cadenhead's, Sherry, 70cl)
To name but a few....
I my opinion, all of these can be used as an example to prove why whisky is heralded (by the whiskytrade most likely, but anyway ) as the most complex distilled drink in the world, and all of these go a long, long way in explaining why whisky has become the succes-story it is today.
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