By a landslide the Flaming Heart 5th Edition CB https://www.whiskybase.com/whiskies/whisky/72332/flaming-heart-5th-edition-cb;
27.1% Caol Ila, 30 yo refill hogsheads american oak
38.5% Caol Ila, 14 yo refill hogheads american oak
24.1% Clynelish, 20 yo rejuvenated hogsheads american oak
10.3% Highland malt, 7 yo new france oak
Although it was released in 2015 (I opened my first bottle this year) and yes it's a blend and yes it's also a NAS. However, if such quality was so readily available as this for such a reasonable price point ($120cnd), many would not feel the need to spend much more on seeking such quality. I just open a Highland Park 25yo the other day, and so for (will see how oxidation takes effect), the Flaming Heart 5th Edition is a better dram for 1/5 of the price.
For an age statement the Springbank 12-year-old cask strength https://www.whiskybase.com/whiskies/whisky/99298/springbank-12-year-old is a strong second and again as far as value goes ($88cnd) best bang for your buck for a 2017 release. Keep in mind, there is a couple of different Springbank 12-year-old cask strength releases, the one with 56.5 % Vol. seems to be rated higher than the others here on WB. I never tried the others.
Honourable mention Octomer 03.1 / 3_152 https://www.whiskybase.com/whiskies/whisky/17775/octomore-edition-031-3152 An incredible scotch! You know you have a winner when you feel noising is all you need. Much better than the 4.1, 5.1, 6.1. and 7.1. Top four in the Octomores I've had so far. Awesome!
Happy New Year To All!