A. H. Hirsch Reserve 1974 (45.8% , Bourbon)
A very strange American Whiskey.  Distilled with a pot sitll in Pennisvania, bought by an Bourbon company and move to Kentuky and mature there for one year.  Then bottled in 1990 as Bourbon.  very soft and complex.  Score: 86.

Inverleven 27yo 1977/2004 (5.4%, Duncan Tayler, Rarest of the Rare, Csk#3098, 167b.)
Very nice, deep fruit, craeming, warming, adding water more mint.  Score: 87, 3 points less than last time.

Glencraig 30yo 1974/2004 (40.2%, Duncan Talyer, Rarest of the Rare, Cask#2928, 229b. )
I didn't know this one was actually the Glenburgie Lomond Still version.  Malty, verly light in style.  thin.  finishe long. Score: 87.  Many people has the confusion that Lomond still is heaviler in body.  In fact, Lomond still is designed to have veried body style, but most of the time, is extreaming light in style, more like low land malt.

Miltonduff 38yo 1966/2004 (41.3%, Peerless, Cask#1011, 178b.)
Golden, very nice deep nose.  Flowerish, mint, thin in body.  finished weak.  Score: 89. would be interesting to compare with the Mosstowin.

Bruichladdich 1970 (?%, OB, Cask#5152, cask sample not yet bottled.)
Very nice nose, I almost thought it as Balvenie.  oil, mint sweet, fruity.  Malty.  Score:90. Maybe it will be seen as Taiwan exclusive, with the photo of Jim, Duncan, and Mr. Chang.

Brora 22yo 1981/2004 (60.8%, Peerless, Cask#1426, 251b.)
Golden brown, peat, Clear house Malty.  Score: 89.

Scapa 26yo 1977/2004 (55.3%, Peerless, Cask#2829, 127b.)
Yellow, Sea wind.   Venella, Salty, Finish long.  Malty.  Score: 90.

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