P.S. I have had also Douglas Laing Linlithgow -bottle (OMC 26yo if I recall right) and in my opinion it had bit more taste in it ... I could sense hint of a licorice in it which is always nice.
P.P.S. Weird, I can't find any "hits" on 26yo DL OMC Linlithgow, but that's what I've written down in my tasting log years ago.
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I've tasted a 21 yrs from OMC, and it doesn't even get close to the 1979. It's a very spicy dram, that can take a LOT of water. It get's spicier the more water you add. But of course, that's a matter of opinion...
As discussing bang for the buck, I must say, It's worth every pennie. It's one of the cheaper RM-bottlings. Approximately 100 Euro.
I included this dram in a blind RM-tasting (six different RM's, one a Port Ellen from 1978), and this bottling came in second.
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