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Laphroaig Cairdeas

Overall rating
88.13/100
votes
484
Whiskybase ID
WB42294
Category
Single Malt
Distillery
Bottler
Distillery Bottling
Bottling serie
Feis Ile 2013
Bottled
2013
Casktype
Port Wood Finish
Strength
51.3 % Vol.
Size
700 ml 750 ml
Barcode
5010019637420
Added on
27 may 2013 9:30 am
UncoloredNon-chillfiltered

Average value

€ 298.22

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484 × member ratings

1745 × in collection

Whisky Reviews for Laphroaig Cairdeas

55 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 88.13 points

  1. didi1893 scored this whisky 95 points Connoisseur

    What a malt! Fruity and mild, soft and harmonious. This Cairdeas is perfect and a dream. A typical Laphroaig paired with an incredibly mild and creamy fruit note. For me the best Cairdeas ever, if not the best Laphi I ever had in the glass!
    • Nose
      Pink and clear, the Cairdeas shimmers in the glass. After panning, oily and tough streaks have formed on the glass wall. Slowly, small droplets dissolve and flow back into the glass in slow motion. Strong, yet sweet peat lifts clumsily out of the glass, mineral notes and soft smoke rise from the fruity peat. Subtle roasted aromas and a hint of grilled bacon mix with dried berries and grapes. Smoked meat and sweet grapes combine, the peat is now slightly earthy. The alcohol is integrated harmoniously and supports the peat-smoke-fruit combination perfectly!
    • Taste
      The first impression is mild and creamy. Slowly the peat aroma sets in and gives off its soft and fruity aroma. The smoky note is now more dominant compared to the nose, a slight campfire feeling is created, charred wood and ash, somewhere a little glowing embers. Again dried berries and grapes, a subtle note of smoked bacon and fine ashes makes think again of the next sip. Also on the second sip the palate fills with soft and mild peat aroma, followed by some more embers, from the bacon oil drips into the smoldering embers. A light walnut aroma is created.
    • Finish
      Chubby warm peat flavors and coal flavors, or cold ashes are again traversed by fruity notes. Slightly mineral notes, some soil and peat, then dried fruits again. A subtle smoky note is above the complete finish. Fruity, the finish sounds slow and leaves sweetness and a hint of soft smoke.

  2. mister glenfarclas scored this whisky 92 points Connoisseur

    Seriously, this is my favorite Laphroaig ever, and I´ve tasted quite a few. 

    I would never have thought that the heavy, typical Laphroaig peat (that you really have to get used to), would allow such a lovely marriage with port casks. But the result is truly exceptional. 

    I´m hoping for more combinations of Laphroaig malt and port, sauternes or other wine-caks in the near future. Keep it coming, guys!!
    • Nose
      93 93
    • Taste
      94 94
    • Finish
      91 91

  3. Ostfriese scored this whisky 91 points Expert Senior

    A very beautiful, multi-faceted malt in which the flavors are beautifully interwoven. Nothing works here.
    • Nose
      First, sherry notes and smoke rise in my nose. The smoke has something of smoked salmon. This is followed by dark fruits that are transformed into figs, nuts and forest honey. Gradually coffee and roasted aromas, accompanied by earthy and mineral notes as well as sphagnum moss. After the first sip, a tobacco box and old leather embedded in these flavors.
    • Taste
      Here, initially dominated by strong smoke accompanied by sweet and cocoa butter. The coffee and toasted aromas now return and a basket of dark fruits in the cherries set the tone. Slight hints of orange and spices, ginger and cinnamon form the conclusion.
    • Finish
      Cold smoke and ash are accompanied by espresso and oranges. In the background is a slight saltiness.

  4. markjedi1 scored this whisky 87 points Connoisseur

    Laffie on port? It works!
    • Nose
      While it can certainly be called sweet on the nose – that’s the port, of course – with all kinds of red fruit like cranberry and raspberry, it does where a beautiful coat of smoke and peat. Loads of ashes and wet earth, making it impossible to deny it’s origin. Even some burns cream. Quite medicinal, in fact. 
    • Taste
      Good body, sweet notes going hand in hand with the peat. Immediately a grand development of smoke. Initially sweet, it quickly turn umami on roast beef with a salty edge. Again quite medicinal. Powerful, sweet, salty, smoky… in one word delicious! Quite spicy too on pepper and salt, cloves and even some cocoa.
    • Finish
      The finish is wonderfully long, dark and sweet, spicy, with the smoke omnipresent.

  5. Igor scored this whisky 91 points Expert Senior

    I applaud to all Laphroaig men who have created an outstanding whisky truly, Cairdeas Port Wood Edition. Extraordinary stuff, thumbs up!
    • Nose
      Redcurrant, barley malt, soft smoke, pomegranate, pickled plums, funnily - shrimps?, earthy turf, cranberry sauce, compote (stewed fruit). H'm, pretty unusual, as much as good though.
    • Taste
      Berry juice, elderberry?, tinned fruit, mild peat, slightly smoky, greasy, fatty salmon, oiled sprats, a tad spicy, completes with restrained citrus.
    • Finish
      Carrot - by gosh!, dried figs, juicy orange, tangerine, turns a little salty, cranberry water, sangria.

  6. Kantenmechaniker scored this whisky 89 points Connoisseur

    It was a hype back then, I like Laphi and Port, that also fits here perfectly. already one of the best Càirdeas of recent years
    • Nose
      Directly sour raspberry, the port influence is not hidden, quite dry and vinous, actually as if you were smelling the port itself, plus smoke with a fine note of cinnamon, citrus as an overtone, lemon sorbet, some vanilla, lemon icing, it becomes sweeter over time, now also tobacco and chocolate, is already changing into glass, today super creamy and chocolate, where it was very sour and dry at the beginning
    • Taste
      Chocolate, phenolic smoke, raspberry, immediately sweet, creamy, cinnamon, oak, dark chocolate, burnt caramel, it has a slightly fresh tingle on the tongue, very harmonious, doesn't need water, there's also a lime hiding somewhere
    • Finish
      Sweet, almost like sweetener, now more strawberry, chocolate, the smoke is still present and serves as a good edge, nice

  7. WiltChamberlain scored this whisky 91 points Connoisseur

    • Nose
      90 90
    • Taste
      91 91
    • Finish
      92 92

  8. Cubey666 scored this whisky 87 points Connoisseur

    quite a powerful lappy, bringing a smile to my face.

    on the nose: initially sweet, some sweet red fruits all kinds of berries, and typical peatiness. quite a bit of a dirty edge: earthy, smokey and quite ashy. some air allows it to give away more fruitiness.

    on the body, good alcohol heat and sweet peat, with quite some white peppery spiciness. some milk chocolate tones are also present. As dirty notes some meat and rubber, next to the classical medicinal iodine lappy peatness. unfortunately not that much sweetness on the body.

    it finishes warm, quite long, oaky wood drenched in red port with some peppered meat.

    in overal, quite a straightforward delightful punch in your face, and quite better than, for example the Laphroaig Brodir.
    • Nose
      86 86
    • Taste
      87 87
    • Finish
      86 86

  9. Segens scored this whisky 86 points Connoisseur

    A nice smokey sherry dram but also nothing really special and the hype about this bottle is not reasonable.. I would not spend again 150€ on this bottle to be honest! The Ledaig series is comparable but so much better in as well quality as price!
    • Nose
      You have some nice wine notes and therefore dark berries! The Laphroaig note comes through which brings some sea salt and smoke and with the Port combination also some decent barbecue notes. Besides that the alcohol is tickling the nose and could have been implemented better. I think that the maturity could have lasted longer and it seems that there are several young casks within this dram.
    • Taste
      Fermented grapes are dominant which I normally do like a lot but in this dram somehow the power is missing. Some fruity sweetness, combined with strawberries, pepper, dark chocolate and of course ash and salt from Laphroaig well known.
    • Finish
      Quite short but you have a ash /smoke cominbation with some decent wine which is quite nice.

  10. ASWhisky scored this whisky 88 points Connoisseur

    A whisky that looks young when touched,
    later developed interesting notes
    and wants to be explored with peace
    especially beautiful development of floral notes
    • Nose
      the remnants of yesterday evening: empty red wine glasses, cold charcoal smoke, with orange and vanilla
      2nd course significantly more orange and vanilla
    • Taste
      Laphroaig typical, a smoke blast, cold ashes with stale red wine, dark chocolate, liquorice, salt, meadow flowers and vanilla
    • Finish
      long, bitter smoke, herbs, vanilla, some sweet honey, interesting mixture, at the end remains a flower meadow by the sea and Danish salt liquorice

  11. malthead scored this whisky 86 points Expert Senior

    • Nose
      86 86
    • Taste
      87 87
    • Finish
      86 86

  12. thewhiskeyjug scored this whisky 92 points Expert Senior

    Nose: Candied dark fruit, cocoa, fruit, cinnamon and Sunkist gems with a winey sweetness.

    Palate: Candy sweet, darkly fruity, malty and smoky with a roasted nut undertone.

    Finish: Long -> fruity, smoky nutty.

  13. The_Osprey scored this whisky 94 points Expert Senior

    Laphroaig Cairdeas 2013 51.3%. Port cask finish.

    25ml consumed at home, Aug 2021.

    Dark amber colour.

    Aroma is chocolate milk, Neapolitan ice cream in a big way followed by that char and medicinal Laphroaig smoke. Not a huge aroma but what's there is great.

    Taste is medicinal on impact, oily rounded intense Laphroaig character, medicine cupboard, leading to a breathy smoke that is backed up by all sorts of char, fruit and medicinal flavours. It's complex. There's vanilla and biscuit but the salt, seaweed and iodine come through more strongly...and I feel like I'm missing so many other flavours because actually it has a sweet, fruity yet smoky character on the whole. The port cask is mercifully subdued and yet likely adds something subtle that lifts this dram.

    This is very delicious. Perhaps the best Cairdeas I've tried. Beautiful. 3.975/94A

  14. the_muskox did not rate this whisky Expert Senior

    A killer whisky. Delivers on its premise in spades. I'm not the biggest Laphroaig fan in general, but it's easy for me to see why this has become such a classic bottling.
    • Nose
      Intense sweet-and-savoury. Savoury first: tonkotsu ramen topped with charred chashu, ajitama marinated egg, nori, and sesame seeds. Dried salted whitefish, iodine, minerals, and damp swamp mud. No shortage of port, either: Strawberry jam, cherries, cinnamon, and candied flowers. Baked apple turnover, chocolate cake, maple, ginger ale, and guava. Something like a dank barley note, white pepper, and complex veggies. Lapsang souchong after a little bit.
    • Taste
      Oily texture. Arrives with floral sweet port, orange, white pepper, and ashy campfire. Gradually gets nuttier and spicier. Very rich on the development, with medicinal Laphroaig peat, char-grilled steak, some camphor, sturdy spice, and lots of burnt sugar. The full cabinet of spices: cumin, mustard seed, fenugreek, licorice root, clove, dried ginger, dried thyme, and cedar wood (the cabinet itself?). Rich citrus peels, toffee, and dark chocolate tart. Chai tea and lapsang.
    • Finish
      Long and meaty-spicy. Warm cedar spice, bacon, cumin, and toasted walnuts. Raisins and chocolate caramels. More lapsang, leather, and dry red wine. Fragrant lemongrass, citrus peel, and ginger.

  15. Dramming Dutchman scored this whisky 89 points Connoisseur

    At first the nose did not promise what happened next. A mouth full of tatste and a long finish, even after 1 hour it was a shame to brush the teeth... Lovely dram, I thank my friend for the 3cl sample.
    • Nose
      87 87
    • Taste
      89 89
    • Finish
      90 90

  16. Comet67 scored this whisky 92 points Connoisseur

    • Nose
      92 92
    • Taste
      93 93
    • Finish
      91 91

  17. Bowmore Axel scored this whisky 86 points Connoisseur

    • Nose
      88 88
      Sweet, salty - mineral, slightly like brackish water,
      medicinal, smoky - peaty - ashy and red sour
      Fruit.
    • Taste
      88 88
      Nice and sweet, smoky - peaty - salty - medicinal. Clear
      peppery tingling, woody - spicy and some chocolate.
    • Finish
      82 82
      Bitter - sweet, dry - smoky and still a bit peppery.

  18. nhuber scored this whisky 89 points Expert Senior

    Because of the 2020 cairdeas matured in Port and red wine casks I took the 2013 cairdeas out again... Yes the 2013 is great whisky, but not exceptional... Well integrated sweet smoke, likes water and opens up and becomes a touch milder and rounder.... But also leaves a touch of bitterness in the mouth... Not in a very bad way but also not in the way that I would pay >200€...

    The 2020 cairdeas has a stronger, more one dimensional nose... Also in the mouth a touch sharper and a touch bitter, opens up with water, becomes more fruity but the sweet taste passes quickly... 87/88

  19. MasterMork scored this whisky 90 points Expert Senior

    • Nose
      90 90
    • Taste
      91 91
    • Finish
      89 89

  20. Stanzeflasche scored this whisky 87 points Expert Senior

    Strong influence of Porto, with red plums, quinces, a pastry side, violet. The typical elements of the distillery are desired. Peat does not impose itself, it respects a certain balance. A little iodine behind. Slightly acidic, a few grains of coal. Wooded influence. On the palate, oily and gently woody. Cherries with brandy. Apricot compote, tannins. Then a very explosive finish, fruit and earth crumble, quartz. Fermented quetsches.

    https://ilikesky2020.blogspot.com/2020/09/laphroaig-cairdeas-2013-port-wood.html
    • Nose
      87 87
    • Taste
      86 86
    • Finish
      88 88

  21. ffmdino did not rate this whisky Connoisseur

    nöööö, where were the notes from the barrel ??
    the leather notes I came to positively highlight
    • Nose
      Smoke, ham, ash, dark, sweet, oak (heavy)
      with water: leather, less smoke, more ash (the unpleasant and cold from the ashtray, something sweet (must come from the barrel), Christmas spices
    • Taste
      soft on the palate
      more smoke, sweetness becomes more, ashes
      with water: leather, smoke is reinforced
    • Finish
      long
      dry and sweet, oak, astringent, slightly smoke
      with water: leather, ham, smoke

  22. VollePulle scored this whisky 90 points Expert Senior

    • Nose
      89 89
    • Taste
      90 90
    • Finish
      90 90

  23. Hvdree scored this whisky 87 points Connoisseur

    • Nose
      87 87
    • Taste
      88 88
    • Finish
      87 87

  24. whiskycuse did not rate this whisky Expert Senior

    Tasting Notes:

    https://whiskycuse.wordpress.com/2013/08/25/laphroaig-cairdeas-port-wood-edition-ob-2013/

  25. Goethe scored this whisky 91 points Connoisseur

    This is really Laphroaig (kind of Quartercask/Triple Wood) with a port finish at cask strenght level. Really complex after all and enjoyable. More depht compared to the Brodir Port.Concerning price/performance ratio: 7/10
    • Nose
      Sweet smoke, medicinal, cranberry, grapes way in the back, herbals, earthy, ashes, port.
    • Taste
      Sweet smoke, sweet red fruits, overripe oranges, berries, salt, bonfire.
    • Finish
      Long. Dark chocolate, espresso, dark fruits way in the back.

  26. hs305 scored this whisky 90 points Connoisseur

    [October, 2015]  I had this dram during an "Laphroaig Bicentenary" tasting at Bonn.

    In my old rating system (ten scales that translate into WB points: 50 - 66 - 75 - 80 - 82,5 - 85 - 87,5 - 90 - 92,5 - 95) I scored it 90.  I took no detailed notes as I knew it before.

  27. Erik Elixir scored this whisky 86 points Connoisseur

    Compared with Laphroaig Friendship Fee Ile 2014
    • Nose
      Mint, peat, raisins and even some exotic fruits.
    • Taste
      Pepper, peat, some liquorice and vanilla. Not much left of the port casks in the taste.
    • Finish
      Pepper, peat, sambal, ashes and vanilla.

  28. steinrich scored this whisky 90 points Expert Senior

    • Nose
      91 91
    • Taste
      90 90
    • Finish
      90 90

  29. Allandale scored this whisky 88 points Connoisseur

    Classic and different.
    • Nose
      Indeed a classic Laphroaig with all kind of minerals, peat, iodine, rubber also meaty tones, black fruit,raisins notes from cloves and nutmeg.
    • Taste
      Earthy peat like a rainy day on the moors, smoked  fish, oily also, but also sweet like burned sugar.
    • Finish
      Long with smoked meat, red fruit.

  30. Patrick93 scored this whisky 89 points Expert Senior

    • Nose
      90 90
    • Taste
      88 88
    • Finish
      91 91

  31. kot1803 scored this whisky 89 points Expert Senior

    • Nose
      91 91
    • Taste
      88 88
    • Finish
      89 89

  32. Fight65 scored this whisky 90 points Connoisseur

    • Nose
      90 90
    • Taste
      89 89
    • Finish
      89 89

  33. stefsel111 scored this whisky 85 points Connoisseur

    • Nose
      86 86
    • Taste
      85 85
    • Finish
      85 85

  34. Waykid scored this whisky 84 points Expert Senior

    Heavy on the smoke and sweetness: so much so that the sweetness starts to be a bit much for me. There is also this stingy note on the palate that is hard to describe.. It is still very good but these IMO 'off-balances* take a couple of points away.
    • Nose
      Very sweet and as expected heavy smoke, roasted butterscotch & cane sugar, mortar, mildly salmiaky, some butter and oven baked apples, hazelnut. Rather nice, and somewhat exceptional for there are no clear medicinal tones to this. Maybe some faint cough mixture.
    • Taste
      Very sweet also here, heavy on the smoke also: a combination i really like, though this is almost near the pain-threshold. Plaster and some band-aids, butter & butterscotch, dark syrup, roasted almonds. Also something rather tarty & bitterish.
    • Finish
      Long, smoky-malty.

  35. squaadgras scored this whisky 89 points Connoisseur

    • Nose
      89 89
    • Taste
      90 90
    • Finish
      88 88

  36. Peter87 scored this whisky 90 points Expert Senior

    • Nose
      89 89
    • Taste
      91 91
    • Finish
      90 90

  37. Shane_IL scored this whisky 88 points Expert Senior

    • Nose
      Classic Laphroaig, mineral peat, brine, iodine,rubber. Some nice meaty notes. Burned fruits. Black cherries. Raisins. Light spice, cloves and nutmeg. Old books. 
    • Taste
      Earthy peat. Salt. Redcurrant jelly. Smoked salmon. Coffee with milk and sugar. Plum pudding. 
    • Finish
      Long. Smoked meat. Red fruits. Woodspice. Bit of fresh road tar. 

  38. hettrum scored this whisky 89 points Expert Senior

    • Nose
      89 89
    • Taste
      90 90
    • Finish
      89 89

  39. Rom did not rate this whisky Expert Junior

    Nose peat and some wood. Peaty sweet and salty mouth, iodized, with very well integrated alcohol. Final tannins and violet. Very good.

  40. Cicero did not rate this whisky Expert Senior

    a typical Laphhroaig with additional fruit component
    the fruity in combination with the sweetness and the strong smoke are a perfect match
    • Nose
      typical Laphi smoke
      intense, with fruit, salty strawberries
      a warming campfire on the beach
      the alcohol is perfectly integrated
      I could smell it forever
    • Taste
      strong start
      cold ash, fruit is added and a sweetness is spreading
      smoke everywhere; but now it is a roaring campfire
    • Finish
      warming campfire

  41. smaeksle did not rate this whisky Expert Senior

    I can not necessarily understand the hype, yet a top mark.
    • Nose
      Sweet peat smoke, like bacon (minimal smoked) behind the sweet wine, which does not trust the hiding place. I love exactly this Lapohraig smoke, this can not drive away the whole Nosing.
    • Taste
      He is soft, immediately a sweet shoots in the mouth. Of the 51.3%, nothing is felt. It gets a little oily and then suddenly comes the batten and skin the oak in the face. It has depth, neat spicy, then sweet again, a small change of taste.
    • Finish
      The remains even minutes later full, the seasoning and the oak do not disappear.

  42. Luhmi scored this whisky 90 points Member Senior

    • Nose
      89 89
    • Taste
      91 91
    • Finish
      90 90

  43. Dieter_W scored this whisky 88 points Expert Senior

    Not easy to drink. You can tell that he is still quite young.
    • Nose
      Marzipan - raspberry smoke - farm dried fruit Very fruity
    • Taste
      Cherries - dried fruit - peach - blackberry smoked salmon.
    • Finish
      very dry and medium long

  44. Mushinico scored this whisky 84 points Expert Senior

    • Nose
      83 83
    • Taste
      84 84
    • Finish
      85 85

  45. Whisky_Wolf scored this whisky 85 points Expert Junior

    • Nose
      88 88
    • Taste
      86 86
    • Finish
      85 85

  46. Murmelkasten scored this whisky 86 points Expert Senior

    • Nose
      88 88
    • Taste
      86 86
    • Finish
      85 85

  47. Jeep51 scored this whisky 86 points Expert Senior

    Nice but not totally convinced by this mouth a little too sweet
    • Nose
      Camphor, iodine and seaweed. The notes of medicinal peat take over little by little. But there are some touches of orange bringing complexity and freshness.
    • Taste
      Sweet. Peat is always present but very different, much more earthy and is accompanied by tar, iodine, almond, praline and caramel.
    • Finish
      Long enough on salt and ash.

  48. I_SPEY scored this whisky 92 points Expert Senior

    additional note:

    Burning plastic, rubber and new asphalt. Loads of medicinal  peat and  hints of dry flowers. Big hit of peat on the palate with charred smokey BBQ meats.  Sticks to the palate and finishes with fresh shaved cinnamon. The port wood influence is very light.  The big peat smoke is center stage and likely masks some of the port wood funk that normally distracts me.  

  49. I_SPEY scored this whisky 92 points Expert Senior

    Color: Mahogany

    Nose: It's a fairly complexed, "wooden" nose, littlebit waxy, with nice fruits - like plums, raisins, a bit of grapefruit and 'the sweet port'!

    Palate: my lovely vanilla, 'sweet' wood, lightly peppered; then some citrus, raisins as well as the strawberry marmalade ;-)

    Finish: spicyish, smoky and last but not least the portwood(not overwhelming, just fine).The finish is "rather long". I like this one very much!!

  50. Ivynor scored this whisky 89 points Expert Senior

    Not the most complex laphroaig but very easy to drink
    • Nose
      The nose is surprisingly fresh. Sweet peat, on candied oranges, dates, and iodine. Alcohol is very well integrated.
    • Taste
      The palate is sweet, fresh, (less than in nose), creamy, with peat, iodine (even less marked than in nose), wood, vanilla, and incredible revelation, the port ... Yes Yes ! Maybe some floral notes.
    • Finish
      Salt, peat, fresh walnut, caramel and woody notes.

  51. Timo scored this whisky 82 points Expert Junior

    A nice bottling of a port finished Laphroaig. In my opinion shouldn't Laphroaig mature in port wood. The Laphroaig style does not fit to this wood.
    • Nose
      iodine, medicinal, woody, musty, salty, seaweed, tar, the Sea, peaty
    • Taste
      bitter, salty, sweet, malty, very smoky, very peaty, leather, tar, complex
    • Finish
      warm, enjoyable, oily, smoky, spicy, peaty, long

  52. Bond scored this whisky 85 points Member Senior

    • Nose
      84 84
    • Taste
      80 80
    • Finish
      86 86

  53. Bond scored this whisky 85 points Member Senior

    Pour this one blind to me and I'd never think this might be a close relative to Quarter Cask & Co. Don't mention Port and I'd think this is from a dry Sherry cask. Odd one, but a pleasant fellow. Laphroig enthusiasts might be disappointed.

    (P.S.:Well worth the 47 Pound - but not the 140 EUR they ask of you now that it sold out)   
    • Nose
      Color: almost Rose-Wine (none of the standard colors can characterise this one properly) 

      Nose: Is this really Laphroaig? Sweet and dry smoke, but not much of it. Maybe Bowmore? Some red fruit, but not the sweet ones. Some maltiness.
    • Taste
      Some puffs of smoke - again, really Laphroaig?? Where's that typical maritime note gone? Instead, some fruity, but chip dry sweetness appears on the palate, coming with some sweet almonds. Not the big bang, the mouthfull you'd expect - all this comes softly, from a distance. If the color wasn't that reddish, one'd suppose they used White Port casks (or even Fino-Sherry? - no they didn't mention that) for maturation. The fruity notes are getting bigger, but stay too weak to take over and start to fade away soon after.

      Peat and Port - These two don't make a good team in this one, that's for sure, since they can't decide to join forces for a big impression.
    • Finish
      All fruits completely gone. Warm charcoal lingering around, and now, indeed, a lot of it. Like this part the most.

  54. Edwin de Lange scored this whisky 92 points Expert Senior

    A great expression!

  55. checkpointuk scored this whisky 88 points Connoisseur

    http://www.weinkenner.de/2013/feis-ile-2013-tasting-mit-ardbog-bowmore-bruichladdich-lagavulin-und-laphroaig-27719/ Color: Old gold with a rose touch
    Nose: Salty-maritime fruit tea, malty-fruity forest berries, smoky-sweet and dry peat.
    Taste: Sweet berries, vanilla, salt, oranges, marzipan, almonds and lots of peat.
    Finish: Long, dry-fruity, leather, peat and smoke.
    88 points (nose: 89 / taste: 87 / finish: 88)

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