If you're a huge Ardbeg fan and are of course interested in it, I recommend tasting it first somewhere prior to springing for that price. Not that it isn't worth it, but it's different than what you may expect. The first time I tasted it, shortly after my whisky adventures began, and started with the Ardbeg Ten, I was left wondering, and thinking, weird. Really odd what happens to that peated smoke after so many years. Same with the 1965 Ardbeg, weird. I'd say taste it first, fall in love with it, then buy a bottle. Or if the price is not a worry, buy it!!