Now, the interesting bit would be the order in which you drink them!
I'd do it in three or four sessions. More might confuse your palate. Less would be less fun!
DON'T start with the Talisker because it's probably the most powerful flavourwise, and certainly alcohol-wise, at 45.8%. Dare I say you may even detect similarities to the dreaded Lagavulin 16! Or even want to try the Lag again to ccompare.
Interesting for you to try the two Macallans head to head. The "sherry" version is the one we all know and love, whereas the Fine Oak is seen as good, but less distinctive. I'd try the sherry version after the FO...
Also you may want to keep similar (eg sherry dominant - Aberlour 10; Balvenie: and Macallan) for the same session, or spread 'em for different sessions...
The Dalwhinnie, Glenmorangie, Yamazaki, Macallan FO, and Cragganmore are what I call"neutral" whiskies - excellent, but not subject to any over-bias of influence such as peat or sherry.
And the glengoyne, which I love, is known as a TOTALLY unpeated whisky!
I would put the Talisker last - it's the most unlike the others, and probably the most like the Laga...
Have fun...why not write notes? and let us know how you get on!
...oh, gforgot to mention the Glenfiddich. Me and two friends finished over half a new bottle last night. It's almost too smooth and drinkable! Really, really good IMO. And a long satisfying sweet finish. the "3 barrels" appraoach makes for an excellent whisky.