Edradour Decanter 12 year almost gone - what next?


I really enjoy Edradour 12 yr cask strength unchillfiltered (62.8%) but it is no longer available and my last bottle (Decanter) is almost gone.
I've recently enjoyed The Glenlivit 16 Year "Nadurra" and I can still get that but what else should I be looking for to replace the cask strength, sherry-flavored Edradour whisky?
Thanks
Reply to
hp

Perhaps Aberlour Abunadh? I'm enjoying batch 20 as I type. Very different to my usual scotch. This is very rich stuff. A sherry monster indeed. Unchillfiltered and 60.5% cask strength.
Regards, Tony
Reply to
Tony Ferris

I'm on a #19. One of the best bottles of scotch ever. I'm thinking of buying a case before the price skyrockets.
Gladys.
Reply to
Gladys

I've recently enjoyed The Glenlivit 16 Year "Nadurra" and I can still
Here are a couple that you might like:
Macallan CS 58.6% ABV Laphroaig 10 CS 55.7% ABV
Of course those mentioned by other posts like the Aberlour Abunadh, or Glenfarclas 105 are sure winners.
Enjoy!
Daniel
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Daniel

Yes, agreed! You wouldn't want to call the Laphroaig CS sherried as a primary flavor. I do find it smooth as glass (doesn't need a life saving splash of water) and the phenols and smoke are very balanced so to me its primary flavor is sweet with the licorice-like phenols from the peat-smoked barley the main play. I threw that one in because it is on the sweet side like the others we mentioned although the "Islaydine" can send a lot of people running for the Glenfiddich. Even so, this whisky has won a lot of awards and recognition because it is a good dram and its almost 56% ABV.
Sorry, I guess you can tell I'm fond of it...
Daniel
Reply to
Daniel

Yeah, they have -- when they've inconsiderately served it without warning to someone whose only experience is with sherry-finished Speysides.
-- Larry
Reply to
pltrgyst

According to the latest Whisky Magazine tasting notes, that might not be true for the 25yo.
Jim
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Jim

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