You could, I suppose, attempt combining carefully calculated quantities of Longrow (has that requisite 'industrial' smokiness), Bruichladdich (for its melding of fruit sweetness and shoreline characteristics), Glenlivet CS NÃ durra (for its floral, green tea, citrus and ginger root thrust) as well as Old Pulteney (saltiness, of course), and see what you've come up with. Might be interesting. Might even offer a reasonably close Brora 'imitation'.
I agree that the odd Clynelish (particularly from the Rare Malts Selection series) has also hinted at Brora's magic. Still different in the final analysis, however.
Drammed wrote:Is there any current production whiskeys that taste similar to Brora?
I really don't believe so.