After some more research, I'm thinking this must be the Dalmore 12. From their own website:
"Judicious selection and the precise balance of American white oak and Oloroso sherry wood
, delivers our most vibrant expression - robust yet elegant, with an aftertaste of brilliant complexity." Flavour profile is "spice, citrus, vanilla".
Compare with Co-op's:
"made using locally grown barley, which is then matured in sherry cask barrels and American white oak
... The result is a deep gold mahogany whisky, with warm notes of citrus and exotic spices and a long, lingering aftertaste."
The Fettercairn 12, on the other hand, has no mention of oak, sherry, or a similar flavour profile. Would be very happy to get a Dalmore 12 for the price, but possibly not the Fettercairn, as they don't have very good reviews!....
They aslo seem to gave stopped making it: http://www.whiskymag.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=12400
So.... has anyone out there actually tried the Co-op one?