Which begs the question, why 18-year? Laphroaig 10 is probably more similar to Laphroaig 18, than the Bowmore 18. Don't be caught up by age statements. Especially on peaty whiskies.
If you are especially interested in older peatsters I would recommed looking out for an independent bottling of older Caol Ila or maybe Laphroaig, as older Lagavulins and Ardbegs have become very rare and expensive.
Willie JJ wrote:must have been a tremor in your trigger finger
Too much scotch I guess, I'm a scot, so I'm not to be blamed. Actually, its the "save" button that confused me.
Anyways, Ardbeg Uigeadail seems to have more deeper character than Laphroaig 18 but I've only had 15ml of Laphroaig 18. Maybe I need to spend more time on the 18.
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