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Laphroaig 'Triple Wood'

(48%, OB, 2009)
Average Score: 86
Bottle Profile
TypeScotch Single Malts (Disclosed Distilleries)
Bottler Official Bottling
Brand NameLaphroaig
Bottling NameTriple Wood
Alcohol By Volume48%
Other Details2009
Average Score86

Maniac Ratings
Serge Valentin86
Michel van Meersbergen84
Robert Karlsson89
Ho-cheng Yao86
Craig Daniels89
Lawrence Graham85
Pit Krause87
Thomas Lipka86
David Wankel84
Oliver Klimek87

Retired Maniac Ratings
Keith Wood87

Tasting Notes
Oliver KlimekColour: Bright amber - Nose: Sausage on a stick over a bonfire on the beach with some tyres thrown in. - Palate: Peat, smoked ham, hints of cherries and blackberries, slightly salty. - Finish: Long, smoky and slightly fruity. - Overall: The sherry is well noticeable and is taming the rough distillery character a little. Quite smooth on the palate despite the 48% and not as medicinal as the 10 yo.