How does anybody dare to rate this stale horse urine higher than 80? This doesn't even come close to the legendary Lagavulins from the 50s and 60s that I tried at all the fairs and meets that you cockroaches didn't even know existed.
I wouldn't even wash my dishes with this plebeian beverage. And it's still available. Yuck.
Before presenting to you an unreadable wall of text including all the other great bottles I have tried that have nothing to do with this whisky, let me first address the distillery management and the CEO of Diageo directly, whom I'm sure are hanging on my every word.
I'd like to give them my long-yearned-for approval of the great work they did 50 years ago with the all good bottlings that you poor lowlifes will never lay your grimy fingers on.
Of course I will never let you taste any of my old bottles (that I'll secretly end up selling) but I still expect you to have the same frame of reference as me, someone who has been a devout semi-professional whisky snob for several decades.
If you don't, don't even think about rating a whisky here! Your insignificant opinions are polluting this database.
On a side note:
This whisky is great and it blew the ridiculously priced 21 y.o. Lagavulin SR WB35109 out of the water. 91 pts from me, but I'm just a guy who enjoys a dram from time to time.