Laphroaig Four Oak
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Product Description

Laphroaig Four Oak is, perhaps unsurprisingly, a blend of whisky matured in four different types of cask: ex-bourbon barrels, small quarter casks, virgin American oak barrels and European oak hogsheads.

Laphroaig Four Oak

  • Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky
  • Distillery Bottling

100cl / 40%

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  • Eco-friendly packaging

    Our boxes are made of 100% recyclable cardboard and our protective honeycomb paper wrap keeps your package safe and significantly reduces our need for plastic.

  • Flexible delivery options

    We deliver to countries all over the world! You can also select express delivery, or pick a specific delivery date, at checkout.

  • Packed with care

    Our experienced warehouse team take great care with every order. As specialists in glass packaging they ensure that your items stay safe and secure in transit.


30-Day returns policy

We want you to be 100% happy with your order and it is our aim to ensure that all products supplied to all customers arrive in perfect condition. You have the right to cancel your order at any time without being charged for the goods ordered within 30 days of purchasing (other than for perishable or personalised products or those products that have been specified as non-returnable).

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While we endeavour to provide full and accurate information on our website, there may be occasions where producers have updated their recipe or failed to provide full details of their ingredients and processes. This may affect factors including the product style and allergen information, and we would advise that you always check the label and not solely rely on the information presented here. If you are at all uncertain about a product then please contact our customer service team before purchase.

Tasting Notes

Tasting Notes

  • Tasting notes from the producer

    • Nose

      Aromas of peat smoke with stewed fruit and warm, toasted vanilla.

    • Palate

      Hints of sandalwood, pine, fir and willow, experience oak embers and seaweed with smooth buttercream.

    • Finish

      Salted liquorice and peaty.

Customer Reviews

3.5 (14 Reviews)

  • 4


    Mild smokey expression and as you progress it makes you respect the Four Oaks. Not bad at all....

  • 4


    "Four different casks that gives you the feeling of drinking whisky out of a dirty ashtray." Haha you've got to laugh at some people. I wonder how they think most whisky is comprised, and indeed how every blended whisky is comprised. More than a pinch of placebo effect going on here. Something tells me if they didn't know it was from four cask types they'd have evaluated it honestly. Funny how much psychology factors into taste and perception. A good expression, nicely blended and something different form Laphroaig. Packs less punch but not everything has to hit hard.

  • 4


    It's the first ever Laphroaig I've had, so unfortunately it's hard to make a comparison. I'm quite satisfied with this single malt. Yes, it's not complex at all, heavy smoke, and a little sweetness together with oak spiciness behind. Not what you'd expect from a combination of four cask types, but as well it's not as horrible as some connoisseurs wrote in the comments. Still have big expectations from other Laphroaigs.

  • 1


    Not up to the Laphroaig name. I’ve tried just about every Laphroaig available, have a cabinet full of them and most other Islays and this is the worst I’ve had. As someone else said below, it literally tastes dirty, like licking an ashtray. No nuance, no layers, just ash and dirt with a hint of peat on the nose. Absolute trash.

  • 2

    Bruno Drumond,

    Deeply disappointing. Four different casks that gives you the feeling of drinking whisky out of a dirty ashtray. Flavor has no complexity at all. There's lots of cheaper options that are way better than the Four Oak.