For me the best dram was G10.13, an excellent old Grain from Strathclyde, the nose didn't immediately set off the graindar, but as soon as it was on the palette the vanilla notes came through.
7.193 was another good dram, fudge, coconut ice and a hint of strawberry; the 7.195 was similar, but not so smooth and slightly sweeter.
78.41 is certainly a sherry monster - for me, slightly sulphurous and mouth drying.I wouldn't really want another dram.
37.100 disappointing at first, give it time, still not outstanding, but...
71.52 the most interesting dram of the Outturn. Loads of liquorice and aniseed on both nose and palette, but there's something else - juniper. Yes juniper, this is a gin drinker's whisky - more so than the 35.178. I had to get a bottle, not because it was my favourite, it was just so ... interesting.
Of the peaty drams on offer, I thought the 42.42 was chemically peaty, I didn't enjoy it at all - though many others really liked it. 29.237 a soft froggy; 18 years has taken the medicinal TCP notes away - an excellent peated dram, but probably not for peat freaks. For me the best of the peat once again goes to Coal Ila for the 53.247, a really good young peaty dram, but...having tasted the extra sherry finish for the 53.243 on the bar at The Vaults, you have to think that this could also have been enhanced.