Apparently, labels of this circa of Laphroaig 10 were slapped on in a rather ad hoc fashion. Some authentic bottles therefore are likely to have two or three differing bottle codes on them like this one.
N: Yet more meatiness, salty maltiness, gooey mineral, limes [fresh>cordial], a floral touch, blu-tac,..
T: Salty, dry smoke maltings and an age-bearing softness.
F: A long finish on shy mineral citrus, dry smoked barley, a touch of bacon-meatiness and creamy icing sugar.
C: Convinced it was Talisker after Nick called it, this Laphroaig is especially soft compared to modern fayre, and with almost no TCP. A super decent all-round session whisky in its day, now a price-inflated auction lot.Scores a B[+]