BTW, here's my tasting notes for Finlaggan Old Reserve, from a dram I enjoyed tonight:
Nose: Phenolic, medicinal, butter cream, moderate to a bit more than moderate peatiness, slight chocolate, and a slight bit of fruitiness - pears I think.
Palate: Green grass, more peat, oak/woody, burnt caramel. A bit "thin" though, and somewhat lacking in character and complexity.
Finish: Medium finish, but I still get a bit of burning down the throat and into the stomach. Actually, it's a combination of burning and warmth, unlike some others (Laphroaig) that just provides warmth.
Well, it's not half bad, again, and I think it's worth having in the cabinet for either filling a flask with, or giving to someone who's not really into Scotch that much and just wants to see what an Islay is like. It's definately a decent Scotch for the price, and I'd certainly prefer it over a moderately good Speysider or Highlander, but that's just my preference.