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Port Ellen 15yo 1969 (40%, Sestante)
Color: Golden, clear legs, slow, thick.
Nose: Peat, some nice tropical fruit, very fruity. Nice. Apple, pear, raisin, Lemon.
Taste: Mild body. Sweet. Complete. Finished very nice and long.
Conclusion: 92 points. What a surprise! Thanks to MARA.  Another very nice Port Ellen. Who said Port Ellen need to mature long?



Port Ellen 24yo 1978 2nd Release (59.35%, OB, 12,000b.)
Color: Golden.
Nose: Strong, Iodine, Salty, Plum, Fruity, Citrus.
Taste: Full body, Very salty. Medium finish, powerful.
Conclusion: 91 points. A killer for sure. But very good.  Finished very salty. I just like it.



Port Ellen 25yo 1978 4th Release (56.2%, OB, 5,100b.)
Color: Goledn, not very clear legs.
Nose: Malty, some peat, decomposed food. Apple, nutty.
Taste: Mild, midium body, Medium finish, still a killer.
Conclusion: 90 points, Not bad, but just had two even better editions.


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  • islay
  • Is it possibly be the reason that the young old Port Ellen was <br />
    matured after bottling? Any possible we do an experiment about <br />
    this? buy 10 bottles and open one bottle a year?
  • Kingfisher
  • Matured in bottle?<br />
    <br />
    Yes, it could be the reason. But to late to buy the young <br />
    Port Ellen, Don't forget it's already closed in 1983. <br />
    Anything bottled right now is very expensive. I would love to <br />
    buy a dosen of good Port Ellen, if I have the money.<br />
    <br />
    Cheers!