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Laphroaig has a fruity sweetness nicely overlaying the typical Islay peat.58,50 €In Stock
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Created by Distillery Manager John Campbell, Laphroaig Lore is said to be the richest ever Laphroaig!99,50 €In Stock
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Distilled in 2001 and aged for 20 years in a Sherry butt, this very fine Malt is part of the 11th edition of the Artist range.795,00 €In Stock
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Let yourself be tempted by this extremely rare Laphroaig distilled in 1967, the first edition of The Ian Hunter Story available in a book-box.1 650,00 €
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The smoky notes give way to delicate, floral hues mingling with roasted hazelnut and autumn leaves.99,50 €
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The new owners of the Laphroaig distillery present an expression that disappeared in 2009, Laphroaig 2015, for its 200th anniversary.115,00 €
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Laphroaig invites you to discover an exceptional product with this 30 years old edition distilled in 1985 and exclusively aged in barrels of Bourbon. A rich and complex whisky with nice fruity and spicy notes.1 650,00 €Out of stock
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This tasting box contains 2 matching glasses and a bottle, enough to taste the Islay Single Malt in the best possible way!64,00 €Out of stock
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For a long time on Islay as in all Scotland, distilling was illegal so no one spoke of the numerous small stills, easy to move around and usually hidden in farms. If you wished a refill, just a nod and a wink in the right direction!
We know that the Johnston’s established a farm in Laphroaig around 1800 as, a while after, Charles & Willie Doig were asked to work “at the distillery”. From 1815, the Laphroaig reputation grew and caught the attention of tax agents who established “officially” Johnston & Johnston. This is how the great Laphroaig adventure began.
It is said a good story is about a good story-teller and who better than one of the former distillery managers? Discover the notes a visitor took after his interview with Iain Hendernson, retired in 1999. You may also check the complete history of the last two hundred years of the Laphroaig chronology.