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Laphroaig Week - Day 4: Laphroaig 13yo 1998/2011 (53.4%, Kintra, Refill Sherry Butt #700047, 96 bottles)

Day four, a.k.a. the middle, or the pivotal point in a week. We’re halfway through. We started out with three distillery bottlings of Laphroaig. An older 15yo, it’s replacement the 18yo, although not in its latest guise, and yesterday we had a look at a travel retail only bottling from last year: An Cuan Mòr. 435 more words

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Laphroaig - 15 Years Old (Slight Return)

This week has seen the announcement that Laphroaig are bringing back their 15 year old bottling as part of the distillery’s 200th anniversary celebrations. The 15 year old expression itself was cancelled around 5 years ago and from what I can recall, it was a pretty decent dram. 385 more words

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Laphroaig Week - Day 3: Laphroaig 'An Cuan Mòr' (48%, OB)

Day three of Master Quill’s Laphroaig Week and we are still in the territory of Official Bottlings (OB). Probably one of the nicest NAS (No Age Statement) Whiskies around is the Laphroaig Quarter Cask, but just like other distilleries, Laphroaig seem to have gone berzerk, issuing lots and lots of NAS Whiskies lately: Brodir (Port), PX Cask (self-explanatory), QA Cask (partly uncharred oak), … 467 more words

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Dalmore 15 - Dram 86

#Dram 86 – Dalmore 15

After having the Dalmore 18, it is difficult to step down to a 12 but a half decent middle ground can be found in the 15 year old. 241 more words

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Bunnahabhain 21 (Faultline)


This is one of K&L’s cask selections for 2013, though it arrived in early 2014. They bottled a number of casks for their Faultline label, many of them at very good prices relative to age and so laden with temptation I could not resist. 495 more words

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123.12 Treasure hunt ~ 57.6% (SMWS)

123.12 Treasure hunt Highland single malt scotch whisky 57.6% ABV, £46.10 for 70cl available from Scotch Malt Whisky Society Score: 85/100 What they say:

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Laphroaig Week - Day 2: Laphroaig 18yo (48%, OB, Circa 2012)

All good things come to an end, and after that they come back again. It happened to Lagavulin 12yo, and it is said to happen shortly to Laphroaig 15yo. 365 more words

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