whiskyshelf: Laphroaig Triple Wood. Muted peat, no harshness. Definitely a more refined dram than the standard 10 year, which will slap you a bit if you’re not used to it. Smell has a hint of sweetness. The cask influence isn’t as pronounced as most single malts due to the peat’s smoky smell and flavor, but it’s still there and very interesting. As a huge peat lover and a Laphroaig fan, this was a treat. Single malt Scotch. 9/10.
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whiskyshelf: Bruichladdich Octomore 5 year. Holy peat. In a very good way. This is young, super-smokey but well done whisky. If you love Laphroig, Ardbeg and the other peat monster, this is a must try. It’s obvious the boys at Bruichladdich know what they’re doing as most 5 year olds, even heavily peated, are a train wreck. Go buy a bottle. Single malt Scotch. 9/10.
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