Bruichladdich 37yo 1966/2003(40.5%, Peerless, Cask#202, 190b.)
Golden, Beautiful nose, even better than the 1969 Peerless bottle. Tropical Fruit, Flower, Weak body. Score: 86.
Glen Grant 1970/2001 (55%, Berry's Bros. Cask#1035)
Dark red. Heavily sherried. Nutty. Strong body. opened for 2 years. still very nice dram. Score: 90.
Glen Grant 23yo 1970/2003 (53.6%, Peerless, Cask#810, 98b. Sherry Cask)
Dark Red. Also Heavy sherried, but quite refreshing, adding water performs better. Layed nose. weak in finish. Score: 89.
Some samples send by Michiel Wigman, shared by my friend Mr. Tsai.
Pulteney 34yo 1969 (50%, OMC, 197b.)
Golden, citrus, mint, sweet. quite distillery house style. Adding water taste better. Score: 87.
Springbank 25yo (46%, OB, Punchment label, dumpty bottle)
Heavy sherry, citrus, chocolate, weak body, not exactly like the one I tasted in Islay. Maybe opened to long. Score: 88.
Longmorn 1971/1999 (57.8%, Scott's Sel.)
Dark Brown, Clear winner today. Very surprising. Nutty, Tropical fruit, A hint of flower. Adding water brings out fruit. Score: 92.
Longrow 8yo 1987/1996 (43%, Signatory, Cask#142+143, 750b.)
Pale Straw, almost like water. Heavy peated. light body. A little bit un-balanced. OB 10yo is better. Score: 82.
Brora 30yo 1972 (47.4%, 220b. Exclusive for whiskyshop)
Dark brown, nutty, sherry. No Sea influence, not to much peated. A hint of malty feel. Score: 82.