Well, may have traded the Lap 15, but found these on my lunch break today...
1980s Tomatin 10
1980s Auchentoshan 18 Stumpy Bottle
1988 GlenFarclas 12 year 104 (1988)
Review from whiskeyfun:
Glenfarclas 12 yo '104' (104°American proof, OB, US, +/-1988) Four stars This one is the last version, bottled just before they decided to export the 105 British Proof cask strength whisky to the U.S. Colour: amber. Nose: starts rather brutal and spirity, with a lot of sherry and some obvious kirschy notes. It’s also a tad rubbery, with hints of tar and smoke. Calms down a bit after a whikes, getting a tad rounder and more of coffee and chocolate, but the notes of kirsch remain in the background. With water: ho-ho, this became big, organic and very herbal, even after having waited quite some time. Moss and mushrooms, notes of fino sherry, walnuts and leather. Shoe polish, even some deep fat. A little mint. I like it! Mouth (neat): big, fruity, quite sherried and just as kirschy as on the nose when naked. Rather aggressive once again. With water: excellent now, reminding me of many old bottlings of Glenfarclas. Old style sherried Speysider, prunes, raspberry liqueur and liqueur-filled praline. Gets even a tad lemony. Finish: long, with some liquorice coming out. Comments: a tad beastly when undiluted but water makes wonders. I’ve heard this nice baby can still be found in remote places in the US. SGP:451 - 86 points. (heartfelt thanks, Tom B.)
Linkwood 12 year (early 80's)
Bushmills 21 (2006)
And the diamond in the rough:
Early 80's Springbank 12
So it was a good afternoon...