Laphroaig 10 Year Old70cl / 40%
- Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky
- Distillery Bottling
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Laphroaig 10 Year Old Reviews
Producer's Tasting Notes
Colour: Full sparkling gold
Nose: Huge smoke, seaweedy, "medicinal", with a hint of sweetness
Body: Full bodied
Palate: Suprising sweetness with hints of salt and layers of peatiness
91 Customer Reviews
This whisky has a flavor profile like no other. Wonderful peat and complex flavors that I can''t even describe. Fantastic
at first I found this a little overpowering. It takes some time getting used too, especially if your used to the more popular speyside whiskeys. when I first opened the bottle, wow, peaty, It smelled as i would imagine a forest fire would smell like. at first sip, this wasn''t a favorite of mine, it was like I was tasting a band aid. After a few more sips, the smokey, peaty, leathery, sea salt started to become more enjoyable. i would definitely recommend this to those who enjoy complex Whiskey. I love it.
Unapologetically smoky and firey (with salty notes, like spray from the sea). Imagine taking hot coals from the fire, dunking them in the sea and then shoving them in your mouth. Nothing like it.
Absolutely no better scotch whiskey, period!
Fantastic medicine. This whisky is definitely one of my top favorites. Unique, powerful and storytelling. The smell and taste of the ocean is extremely persistent in this one. So much character. Godly.
Outstanding.The real celtic stuff.
Of all the Islay malts, I find this one to reign victor of the crown. Deep blue peat smoke enriched by medicinal oak, vanilla, and the lightness of fresh sea air. Its simple humility will grow on you fondly with a coinage that King Charles would extol.
Of all the Islay malts, I find this one to reign victor of the crown. Deep blue peat smokiness enriched by medicinal oak, vanilla, and the lightness of fresh sea air. Its simple humility will grow on you fondly with a coinage that King Charles would extol.
The aroma is nearly impossible to wade through...everyone at my table could smell it. And what a smell...medicinal, burning bandages and antiseptics, smoke. The taste is surprisingly sweet-ish though, and each sip leaves a comforting feeling of having a raging fireplace in one''s chest. The medicinal, first-aid kit on fire flavor lingers for hours after you''ve finished it. Not my thing at all, but I respect it. I have no doubt that for Islay fans, it''s the ticket.
As a matter of fact rather than taste, Laphroaig 10 is inarguably the reigning champ of peated whiskies - particularly since the (alleged) decline of both Lagavulin 16 and Talisker 10. Ardbeg 10 competes but falls short. In other words, Laphroaig 10 is without a doubt the best whisky in the world. People complain about colouring and filtering, but I''d be very hesitant to change anything.