Originally Posted by Jojo
I'd say Ardbeg too - try Airigh Nam Beist. I noted it's very smoky, peppery with a spicy finish. Here are the actual tasting notes from Ardbeg: The colour of gold, its nose is smoky with fennel and pine nuts. Hints of ice cream and zesty limes are present. The taste starts peppery with smoky bacon and barbeque spices, an oily mouthfeel, then the sweetness of maple syrup and some vanilla. The finish is zesty and smoky. Also, try Ardbeg Uigeadail - I haven't had it (yet), but it has very good reviews. Let us know what you decide!
Ardbeg Airigh Nam Beist and Corryvreckan were two that have so far eluded me and I hope I get to try both of them sooner rather than later. With their siblings, 10 year and Uigeadail occupying two of the top spots on my preferences list the other two won't let me rest until I try them. Just a little trepidation here, as I was very put off by the Galileo.
My other main smoky preferences are Laphroaig 10 and Quarter Cask, both beating out Cask Strength, Triple Wood and 18 year for my recently acquired tastes in single malts.