Evangelion2014 wrote:I like chocolate, coffee, nutty, and dry wine notes, as well as caramel, brine, toffee and saltiness, peat is a plus too, but many wine aged scotches don't have much maritime or peaty character.
If you can get over the labeled age, your description is pretty much a dead ringer for an old Springbank 10yo double dark. Despite the fact that it has some younger whisky blended into it, the average age is allegedly VERY old.
Another potential candidate would be the Highland Park 25yo -- the old one that was bottled at 50.7%. It goes for a pretty penny on auctions.
I guess any suggestion would depend on how big your tax return is.
Evangelion2014 wrote:I love the deep nuttiness of the 18, and the minty, dry red wine and chocolate character of the Ruban. I like chocolate, coffee, nutty, and dry wine notes, as well as caramel, brine, toffee and saltiness...
Keep an eye out for Blackadder's 1990 21y Balblair (56.4%).
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