(For example, I found the differences between old and new Ben Nevis 10 or between the batches of a'bunadh, Talisker DE and Lagavulin DE larger.)
In this respect, the tradition is a good substitute for the Traditional Cask and with less than 40 € / liter bang for your buck.
Direct Comparison (1) Traditional Cask peated vs.. (2) Tradition peated (73214):
(1) clear, but not too strong smoke, not medicinal, most likely campfire, light sweetness (caramel), a hint of pepper, slightly sweetish-kräutrig, rather gentle and restrained, (2) is slightly lighter, the basic character (especially the Smoke) similar, but more open, direct, intense, slightly herbier, a little less sweetness, but a note of cooked vegetables (kohlrabi?) And potatoes ... after some time in the glass, they approach more and more, the vegetable note disappears almost
Much more similar than the nose - both creamy, milk chocolate, some pepper, burnt toast, candy, ricola, here again (1) a little sweeter, fuller, (2) slightly tart, smoky, the vegetable note is (slightly) there
almost identical: medium length, ash, pepper, cocoa, ricola, where (1) is again a little sweeter, (2) a bit tart and peppery