This is a good reason to test it myself and build my own opinion on that. To be honest, I am rather with Jim than Serge: This dram got an extraordinary high complexity of different flavours, no wonder given that many ingredients. But it takes quite a while to discover all these aromas both on the nose and the palate, and yes Serge - there is no "Oompf!", rather delicateness and surprisingly a very good balance (given that they just mixed 100 casks together without adjusting the amounts for greater balance).
Still you can have a look at all these casks if you are lucky enough to get an invitation by the Knockando (or Diageo) management. All casks are for display in a Knockando warehouse, now filled with water (to save them from drying out). If my memory serves me well then the most interesting casks were Ardbeg 1981, Benromach 1982, Bruichladdich 1984, Glenfarclas 1978, North Port 1983 and Strathisla 1984 (and 94 others I do not remember).
By the way, the best about this dram are both the nose and the finish. This is an excellent blend to drink pre-dinner and enjoy all of its complexity sip by sip. Slainte!