delightful. I love Laphroaig and Lagavulin, and it is a lighter-flavoured alternative. Go for it!
- Mike M, 8 days ago
you get what you pay for - cheap and cheerful single malt, pleasant enough and a nice introduction to Island Single Malts
- gizmo2brian, 16th April
A nice first venture in the world of single malts, and very smooth compared to most budget blends. An excellent every-day dram for the price!
- Grant Melville, Falkirk, 16th May '12
When you consider that it is a similar price to many basic blends it is a bargain and has far more to offer than most of them. On the other hand, as a single malt it is not in the same league as most entry level bottlings. Watch out when adding water as there are some unpleasant notes which can materialise.
- Matt, 17th Mar '12
very good for the price. a nice start into the world of peated malts.
- Stewie Ramone, 20th Jan '12
As a Laphroaig man, I found it rather bland
- The Flying Scotsman, 31st Aug '11
A good value whisky, lighter and less intense than many of the island malts. Some peat notes, but too young to have the depth and complexity of more mature bottlings. One for those who prefer their whisky on the fainthearted side!
- Mark H, 2nd May '11
Pretty good for the price! I believe its made at the Tobermory distillery...
- Roger, 10th Jan '11
A lighter "Laphroaig". One to be savoured and also much cheaper!
- Alan Bailey, 30th Oct '10
- Finnegan, 4th Mar '10
A great value whisky - , at the price a bargain compared to supermarket own brand singles with a character and strength that leaves then behind.
- dadofsam, 22nd Nov '09
A good basic if you are into mixing your own malts. On its own it needs longer to mature to gain more subtlety.
- Dave Garrett, 9th Jul '08
Recommended by the gentleman that owned the B
- Paul Herrlett, New Jersey USA, 29th Nov '07
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