I don't believe the 1995 has even started to ship yet except, apparently, to some PXs. The new vintage typically starts to appear in January, but they don't ship it until all of the previous vintage is gone and, typically, the distributors do the same thing, so I remember it seemed to take forever for LeNell to get the 1994 because her distributor still had a lot of the 1993 left.
I got a couple of bottles because I'm, you know, just so darned pretty. Tasting samples of the ’94 and ’95 side-by-side, the ’95 has a suggestion of peanuts and pears on the nose, whereas the ’94 has tobacco and a bit of wet clay. The ’95 has citrus fruit on the palate, while the ’94 has dark fruit and smoked meat. The ’95 has a nutty finish where the ’94 finishes with a bit of mint. Overall, the ’94 is more intense, the ’95 more balanced. There is no discernable difference between the two in color, which is a bright orange-amber. That's a preview for you of my WHISKY Magazine review, which should be in the next issue.