Caol Ila 1993/2005 (46%, Wilson & Morgan)
Golden yellow. Quite nice. Deep, peaty. Fruity sweet. Very nice and deep. A little bit cinnamon, nutty as well. Salty yet sweet. Medium finish. Score: 88.
Bruichladdich 'Twenty Third Edition' (46%, OB, 2005)
Brown, very thick and ncie nose. Some sherry influence. (It’s actually a Madeira finish.) Clear citrus, lgith peat. Matly sweet. 40%, 15yo? A little bit toffee and white chocolate. Long finish. Not bad! Score:88.
Laphroaig 'Quarter Cask' (48%, OB)
Golden, heavily peated. Laphroaig? Lot’s citrus, very deep fruit. Malty sweet. 55%? Nutty palate. Medium finish, finished nice. A little bit lack of power in palate. Medium body. Finished well. A little bit simple. Score:87. (only one point less than my previous tasting.)
Glenrothes 1972/2004 (43%, OB)
Brown clear. Deep Speysider. Old. Quite beautiful legs. Deep citrus, banana, creaming very nice nose. 40%? Lightly peat. A little bit like Balvenie. 25~30yo? Hint of vanilla, Medium body, finished extremely long. Score:87. (I gave this one 92 the first time, but only gave it 85 the second time. I carefully tried the third time, the body seems gone? Quite strange.)
Macallan 15yo 'Fine Oak' (43%, OB)
Golden, citrus, woody. Creaming. 46%? Very nice Speysider. Medium body, medium finish. 15yo? Very nice but a little bit simple. Perfect nose, but too sweet in palate. Score:87. (3 points less then last year’s award)