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That is true for sure, but coincidentally, one of the best whiskeys I've ever had was in fact one of the oldest....
.Yes. Almost always no, although there are a few bottlings that might be worth close.They can also be found for far less if you really want one.
https://www.thewhiskyexchange.com/P-28687.aspx?utm_source=mailjet&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=laphroaig-24-04-2015
http://www.whiskysite.nl/nl/laphroaig-15-years-old-200th-anniversary-of-laphr.html
most of last week's damage
If you are talking investment quite possibly true but many zawas are not at all remarkable. Just as much a craze as the Yama Sherry cask. The spirit of asamas for example are going for hundreds but they are far far from good whisky - unless of course you really like sulphur and rubber. Much of the Zawa craze is because of Serge.
Pretty sure the NV sherry is 09.
Yeah expanding the Japanese selection can be hard.
http://www.scotchmaltwhisky.co.uk/balveniegeorgecleverly.htm
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