Well, at least four bottles (in my whsky case )..
A great question. And a side question, based upon how the whisky has been maturing, and on people's experience with bottelings that are now well into the mid twenties; how long will it be "good" for. If the malt seems to do well until 25, for example, but not much after, we only have about two years to go (given Port Ellen closed in 1983). If the whisky seems to have the muscle to make it to 30, than there is about 7 years left...What is clear is that the younger expressions will most likely be more diffiuclt to get as the years pass, and if it really is similar to Caol Ila, as the past owners of the distillary thought it to be, than what of those bottles?