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Featured Distillery of the Month


There are over 120 active distilleries spread across Scotland, which are split into five whisky-producing regions; Campbeltown, Highland, Islay, Lowland and Speyside. The location of the distillery can have a big impact on the flavour and produce some of the finer nuances; everything from the water, the weather, the environment and the peat can play a part.

Each month we will be featuring a different whisky distillery by highlighting the very best of the "water of life" from their ranges. We invite you to learn about each of these wonderful birthplaces of our favourite spirit and sample the best they produce.

Distillery of the Month: Laphroaig

About the Distillery:
Laphroaig is located on the south coast of Islay, being one of the most divisive yet popular scotch whisky distilleries, renowned for it’s medicinal and smoky flavour profile. Founded in 1815 by Donald and Alexander Johnston and called after it’s location, “broad hollow by the bay”, it would remain in family hands for the next 139 years.

Laphroaig, so called after its location, ‘broad hollow by the bay.’ It would remain in family hands for the next 139 years. Find out more about the history of Laphroaig below, using the scroller on the timeline to travel back in time.

Week 1: Laphroaig 10 Year Old
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This is an all-time favourite for all peaty whisky enthusiasts, winner of the 2019 Best Single malt Scotch 10 years & under by Jim Murray’s whisky bible.

In the whisky making process, malted barley id dried over peat fire, the smoke from this peat, found only on Islay, gives Laphroaig its particular rich flavour.

Week 2: Laphroaig Triple Wood
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Special for its triple maturation, creating a unique blend of Laphroaig’s signature peat-smoked liquid, with softer notes of fruit and spices.

This whisky is matured firstly in ex-bourbon barrels, then transferred into quarter casks for the second maturation, to finally finish with ex-oloroso sherry European oak casks.

Week 3: Laphroaig Quarter Cask
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This single malt was double matured in two American oak casks; firstly ex-bourbon barrels are used and after, the liquid is transferred to quarter casks.

The use of smaller casks ensures increased contact with the wood, creating a soft and velvety edge to complement the distinctive peatiness.

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