Convalmore doesn't garner the same esteem as the Port Ellen releases in Diageo's Rare Malts series, but this 32-year whisky will demand (and hold) your attention. Distilled in 1984, this is bottled from refilled American Hogshead casks left aging at this Ghost Distillery. A scant 3,900 bottles were produced. This exquisite malt is easily one of the most extraordinary we've tasted in at least a decade. You'll find a cornucopia of flavors including Manuka honey, buttered sourdough toast, vanilla, ripe stone fruit and nutmeg. There is a density and concentrated character that opens after a few minutes of contact with the air. This is richly persistent and impeccably balanced. A malt of the highest quality and grace that is yearning to be at home with the most discerning connoisseur.