#5875657, By Bi50N The Single Malt Thread

  • Bi50N Global Brand Manager, Deep Silver 28 Feb 2010 16:24:50 299 posts
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    valli wrote:
    Got a bottle of Lag 16 years for my birthday, lovely stuff. I still prefer the younger Laphroaig out of the "normal" editions because it's rougher somehow, those 6 extra years tame the Lagavulin down a bit I suppose.

    Lagavulin DE is still the best, interesting to compare them next to each other.

    If you prefer the younger, fiercer Laphroaig (there's a huge difference between the 10 and the 15 IMO), have you tried the quarter cask?

    Aged 8 years, very strong (I forget exactly what) and lots of bite
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