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We revisit the Laphroaig 10.
A chat with Whiskybase Archives and some reviews.
A Laphroaig that’s escaped the clutches of the evil empire.
Can this official Laphroaig break the trend?
A choice pick via modern technology.
Three new releases from the Whisky Barrel.
A travel retail exclusive Laphroaig.
A mysterious Islay single malt via the Thompson Brothers. Any guesses?
Time for a travel retail staple with the Laphroaig PX cask.
A single cask Ardmore from Claxton’s showcasing a bit of Islay influence.
It’s difficult to get excited about Laphroaig these days, but thankfully there’s always the independent bottlers to fly the flag.
Two reviews of the same whisky – a young single cask Laphroaig, bottled by the Creative Whisky Co to commemorate the Whisky Barrel’s 10th anniversary.
An outrageously entertaining range of very old Islay whiskies from Hunter Laing – ranging from the sublime to the not-so-sublime
We head to darkest Leith for a Boutique-y whisky tasting!
Two youngsters from Laphroaig up for review.
Speaking to enthusiasts at whisky tasting and festivals, it’s clear we appreciate the opportunity to sit down with a dram that promises on paper to..
A lovely Laphroaig single malt that was bottled for Prince Charles’s Highgrove label
A fresh Glasgow morning welcomed whisky enthusiasts from across the world to the warm and plush environment of the Grand Central Hotel. The promise of The..
The new Laphroaig Lore is incredibly boring – it is the Nickelback of Islay whiskies
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