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In no particular order:TaliskerGlenfarclasHighland ParkOld PulteneyYamazaki
In no certain order, my top 5 would be:LagavulinSpringbankBenromachYoichiBowmore
In no particular order:Old PulteneySpringbankLagavulinHighland Parkthose are definite - I can't decide on the last one.
My 'Top Five' are the following:1. Lagavulin2. Yamazaki3. Springbank4. Caol Ila5. GlendronachSlàinte Mhath!
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1. Glenmorangie2. Glenfiddich3. Glenfarclas4. Highland Park5. Laphroaig
1-Laphroaig (they are reasonably priced, and offer an uncolored and unchill-filtered cask strength 10 year old at a reasonable price as well.)2- Woodford Reserve (pot stills used in bourbon production, who wouldn't want that?)3- Ardbeg (craft offerings, decent price, good casks)4- Craigellachie (nothing else like it in Speyside, love the spent match and lemon-beer notes, also their 13 and 17 year old are priced well)5- no 5th due to lack of experience. I guess any true craft distillery that gives uncolored and unchill-filtered offerings as standard.
in no order and subject to change; Laphroiag, Mortlach, Caol Ila, Glenfarclas, Talisker almost breaking into into the top five - Clynelish, Ardbeg, Aberlour, Macallan, Old Pulteney, Springbank
In no particular order:Talisker - the 10, 18 and 30 are all superbBenriach - quite varied products, always excellentGlendronach - the 12 and 18 are fabHighland Park - the 12, 15 and Dark Origins are all wonderfulArdbeg - their Uigeadail and 10 are my favorite peated Islay malts
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