Tar, lovley ash and a very pleasing medicinal note, with seaweed throughout. Rain-wet slate on the palate, with more tar and, of course, peatsmoke. The finish is a pleasant tingling of black pepper and spice.
Notes by Stuart Easton
|Product Name||Laphroaig 10 Year Old|
|Age Declaration||10 years old|
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