They appeal to the side of me that says I will likely not be able to get my hands on one of these ever again or at least not for quite some time. But at the same time if its absolutely amazing, I will be unable to get my hands on it ever again.
Feel free to comment if it honestly depends on the distillery ( i.e. some are great/ good, while others are pittyful). In case anyone is wondering the Distillery I plan to visit is Glengoyne, and their teapot dram really piques my interest, it sounds almost like a Glengoyne take on Abunadh.
Timing... If your going to Islay and it's around Feis Ile time all the Islay distilleries will have their own bottling.
But generally those that i know have bottles are
There a good few more but they escape me.
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Best ones I had was Glenmorangie and Old Pulteney, they were outstanding
They tend to be good quality single cask bottlings but on the expensive side sometimes. The last one I bought was a 15yo'isg Glen Moray at 45£ish which was both good whisky and a decent price!
afaik Glenmorangie doesn't offer this anymore
Deveral Diageo fistilleries have distillery only bottlings anf the few I have tasted has been good and worth the money (Lagavulin, Taslisker, Caol Ila, Glenkinchie)
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