Collector57 wrote:Patrick are you suggesting that any other year is as good as the 2010 so go for the cheapest/most available?
Or do you mean something else?
I meant that the 25 YO is probably not the most representative Brora bottled by its owner. Furthermore, I just tasted the Brora 30 YO bottled 2010 (tasting note to be published within the next 2 weeks on my website) and its profile is rather different from the previous annual releases: cleaner, lighter and sweeter. A very good Brora, closer to the style of the 1970s Broras bottled in the Rare Malts range.