Benriach 30 yo 1976/2007 (55.5%, OB, Richly peated, Port finish, cask #4469, 798 bottles) Colour: orangey – reddish. Nose: kind of a mix of both Port finished Benriachs we just tried. Obvious vinosity but it’s not unbearable. Once again, peat works as an anti-wine of some sort. Seville oranges, Fanta, pepper, Campari. ‘Pleasant’. Mouth: very close to the 1984, just a tad softer and rounder despite the slightly higher ABV. Ripe kiwis. Fructose, icing sugar, bubblegum. Finish: long but very sugary and uber-fruity again. Liquorice allsorts, jell-o, crystallised pineapples. One of the sweetest old whiskies I could try as far as I remember. Sincerely, I think this is excessive, but once again, just my opinion., no gospel and no bible of course. 77 points.