http://kaypingers-whiskyblog.de/frontend/fullarticle.php?id=176 Color: Old Gold
Nose: Sherry, black tea, delicious forest honey and orange peels in peaty water. Add wet leather, cardboard and subtle farmy notes. Super round and harmonious with unusually little peat and smoke compared to Laphroaig's new year.
Taste: Balanced, harmonious and ultra-spicy with notes of elderberry, dark berries, wood and coffee beans. Absolutely fat and a hammer in the taste (always declare blind as cask strength!)
Finish: Long and full of spice - based on black tea, herbs, smoke, some peat, dark berries and a maritime character.
Comment: So good and so different from Laphroaig from the "modern age"!
93 points (nose: 92 / taste: 94 / finish: 93)