Although I haven't bought a scotch in some 2 years, a good client just did a trade with me, so I recieved a bottle of Bruichladdich 15yr.

I chose this bottling because it's from 80-85% first fill bourbon casks (OK, barrels, but once they're taken apart and put back together, they're casks). In any event it was really neat to nose and taste the bourbon in this product, which I have been unable to detect in other scotches aged with that much "first fill" bourbon wood.

Anybody have a similar experience with any other scotch brands?