A firend of mine had this Laphroaig four oak and it was a good time to try some Lapgroaig that i havent tasted before, a chilled not too hot summer evening with some friends and we are waiting for the charcoal to get a good glow. Like the other Laphroaig whisky’s its peaty, matured in ex-bourbon barrels, small quarter casks, virgin American oak barrels and European oak hogsheads. The whisky has no age statement.
It has a distinct nose of peat, seaweed, oak, vanilla and roasted coffee beans. Its primary released for the retail marketand a review of this is coming in the future.
Its a good dram to the BBQ moments to enjoy. So far i haven’t tried too many Laphroaig whisky’s but the 10 is still a favourite among those i tried.