Mouth: Very sweet and enormously powerful, again rather rum than whisky, sugary, completely covering the smoky notes, even though a certain maritimeity can be penetrated with some sea air and tang. He does not lose his sweetness even with a lot of water, remains sticky, but now also with some heather and earthy tones.
Finish: Long, sweet, sticky, slightly ashen, but without obvious Laphroaig.
Conclusion: I am quite divided into two, when it comes to this whisky (or should I rather say rum?) Rate. I say, I really liked this drink, it is tasty, sweet and round, simple, pleasing but tasty. But with Laphroaig this has not much to do, since the rum so hovers over everything that the whisky could have been pretty much anything in it. As a drink so quite delicious, as Laphroaig complete failed! https://whiskycuse.wordpress.com/