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Laphroaig 18 Years Old 70cl 48°

Archive Laphroaig 18 Years Old 70cl 48°
Distillery : Laphroaig / Country : Scotland / Reference: : 21734

A unique, gushing spirit, Laphroaig is a smoky, strongly flavoured whisky, with a palate joining the nose on oaky aromas. It is undoubtely a characterful, vibrant expression.

With a warming, smoky aftertaste, Laphroaig is straight, uncompromising: the rich in seaweed Glenmachrie peat, and Kilbride Dam spring water mingle in the distillation process to provide this unique, peaty flavour and dark colour to Laphroaig.

The 18 Year-Old version is a small batch of Laphroaig, a yearly release only savoured by a privileged few. Sweetened and spicy, this peated Islay whisky unleashes enticing smoky notes whenever one opens the bottle. On the palate, sweet flavours of oak give way to a marine touch accounting for the long maturation on Islay of this Single Malt.

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Features

Volume0.7 L
Net Weight0.7 kg
ABV48 °
TypeSingle malt
DistilleryLaphroaig
CountryScotland
RegionIslay
Age18 years
MaturationNew Oak
PeatHeavily Peated
PackagingTube
Reference:21734

No one knows the full history of Laphroaig as much of it has been lost in the midst of time unfortunately.


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.