Laphroaig Brodir

Peated Single Malt

Laphroaig // Islay, Scotland

    1. asmadeus

      Tasted July 4, 2021
      3.75 out of 5 stars
      Interesting and much sharper than the Lore which is bottled at the same ABV. Floral but biting.
      The Islay Hotel
    2. WhiskMyWhisky

      Tasted July 4, 2021
      2.0 out of 5 stars
      smokey, meaty with red grapes, high pep, dryness, 2 deep redness, grape fruity sweetness, sourish dough, slightly oily and medicinal mixed with grapes, slightly cheap testing liken to a macallan-like red fruitiness to it 2 mid sustain, red fruit 2 2 grape high pep, dryness sweet creamy, woody, rose 2.5 high pep, oaky woody, iodine, bitterness, smokey and thick campfire meat, strong medicinal 2.25 woody and high sustain, dryness aftertaste 1 1.75 mid pep, dryness, oaky, red fruits, oaky woody, 2 complex, intense, dark berries, fruity, sweetness and sourness at the end, strong peat and smoke, intense medicinal bitterness aftertaste 2 long sustained, oaky and woody, 2
    3. gman4405

      Tasted April 23, 2021
      3.25 out of 5 stars
      I just finished my bottle over the course of 9 months and was very disappointed. My bottle was very lackluster and I was expecting a great bottle from all the high reviews I saw here .There are much lower scores on Possibly I got a poor batch.......not sure.
    4. Reginald-Rytter

      Tasted March 30, 2021
      4.0 out of 5 stars
      Creamy. Sweet. Almost frothy Port is a march made in heaven with islay whisky.
    5. smsaville

      Tasted November 29, 2020
      3.5 out of 5 stars
      Big smoke with a fair bit of sweetness to it. Not as punchy as I was expecting. A very pleasant dram, but one for cold winter evenings.
    6. Kniknick

      Tasted October 2, 2020
      4.5 out of 5 stars
    7. Daniel-Schmuck

      Tasted September 24, 2020
      5.0 out of 5 stars
    8. Jan-Case

      Tasted September 11, 2020
      3.5 out of 5 stars
      Nose: the peat is typical smoky iodine and soft rubber, also juniper, strawberries, currants, peppermint, damp reeds, the port finish gives it some thickness and smoothness with oily orchard fruits. Palate: coal and ash at first, then it slowly gives way to a nice fruity part combined with peppery barbecue spices while being enjoyably sweet, really nicely balanced peat - spice - fruit ratio working great together. Finish: medium long with the peat smoke remaining smoothly and not as ashy probably because of the port finish. You sure need to be a fan of the very unique Laphroaig peat but when you are, this whisky is really good. The port finish gives it a nice secondary yet really defining character.
    9. egroenholm

      Tasted August 8, 2020
      4.0 out of 5 stars
    10. macombstock

      Tasted July 19, 2020
      4.0 out of 5 stars
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