We took a break, crackers and oatcakes, before heading into an Ardmore, 2009, strictly limited range. One of my favourite distillery tours (thanks Ali), they also produce the Teachers dram here, this Ardmore was a touch peaty, now it is hard to guarantee where the peat is dug up, does it enhance any dram? Actually, I am told 7 of the Islay distilleries use mainland peat sources, suck that one and see. Under 40 quid, a good dram this one. Peter saved the best till last, Highland Park 1995, dark, smouldering, beautiful nose, sherry finish, smooth and more-ish. Like my second wife, great legs, at 54% this was a “chase the other drams out the room” whisky! The story here goes like this; a London wine merchant took delivery of the sherry, but in a hoggie, as the butt wouldnee fit down the trap door! It did the dram no harm I can assure you, best of the night by a long way. At £225, am unsure of buying one.