Placed an order for a Duncan Taylor Dimensions Caol Ila 29 1983/2012, should be cask 3624, for $239. It's REALLY hard to down these older Caol Ilas when they drop into my lap. I know Caol Ila will never be as collectible as the other Islay malts, but the older IBs seem to have a consistent quality that doesn't always seem to be there with other Islays, now that they are all so popular. It's surprising what $250 gets you with Caol Ila vs what $250 gets you with Ardbeg, Lagavulin, Port Ellen, or even Laphroaig as of late. What is funny about that is that I can totally buy Caol Ila's sister malt, Lagavulin 16, for almost $20 a bottle cheaper than the standard Caol Ila 12. It's a strange world we live in, fellas.