I say: don't buy that Brora. I am just about to finish a bottle of that one and IMO it is not a good Brora. As whisky goes in general it isn't good by any means and is WAY overpriced. Here they charge $189 for it normally but I got it for $75 which is still too much for it. Why? It is a weak dram, not a strong one like most Broras; it reminds me of a poor Clynelish actually with not much going on in the nose but a few fruity notes and some sherry, a medium-thin body, a medium and somewhat harsh finish for the 49% (good cask strength whiskies are much smoother). There are MUCH better Broras out there so I'd give this one a pass if I could go back in time.
In general, Dun Bheagan is hit and miss. I have yet to get one that I've loved, though several have been really good. Dun Bheagan is an Ian McLeod line, as are Chieftains and Hedges&Butler, the latter of which has an excellent '89 10yo Clynelish which is much, much better than the '80 23yo Brora.