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Laphroaig Select Whisky gift set (70cl + 2 glasses) £23 instore at Morrisons
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Laphroaig Select Whisky gift set (70cl + 2 glasses) £23 instore at Morrisons

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Posted 14th JanAvailable: Scotland (Glasgow)

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Just been to my local Morrisons in Erskine, Scotland. They have bottles of Laphroaig for £23 but on a separate stand at the top of the aisle they also have the gift set which contains a 70cl bottle and 2 branded glasses for the same price.
Currently selling for £39.99 on amazon.

This special Laphroaig is created from carefully selected casks of each of our key styles, stretching back in time - with one notable addition. The heart of the spirit is drawn from a final maturation in new American Oak casks, rarely used for Scotch Whisky maturation. Six months of this maturation takes place in the highest, warmest reaches of our warehouses during the Scottish summer.

With spirit selected by our master distiller from Quarter Cask, our PX Cask and Triple Wood (European Oak casks), it represents a subtle blending of peat, oak and sweetness.

Bottled at natural colour, the result is an exquisite Laphroaig with our trademark 'peat reek' matched by an additional layer of complexity and depth brought about by the fusion of the maturation styles and different oaks, which we hope will surprise and delight you.

By Appointment to HRH the Prince of Wales, Distiller and Supplier of Single Malt Scotch Whisky, D. Johnston & Co., (Laphroaig) Isle of Islay

To find our more about Laphroaig visit: laphroaig.com

The most richly flavoured of all Scotch whiskies, Created from hand selected oak casks for perfect balance and flavour, Distilled on the remote island of Islay off the west coast of Scotland



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I love that the notes specify it was matured for six months of the Scottish summer... I've lived in Scotland all my life and I think I've had six months of summer, in total.
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I love that the notes specify it was matured for six months of the Scottish summer... I've lived in Scotland all my life and I think I've had six months of summer, in total.
'Select' is an acquired taste. A bit TCP-like for my palette.
looks like it's national. have some heat!
micdmaloney14/01/2020 13:02

I love that the notes specify it was matured for six months of the …I love that the notes specify it was matured for six months of the Scottish summer... I've lived in Scotland all my life and I think I've had six months of summer, in total.


this bottle must be about 50 years old
stantier214/01/2020 13:13

this bottle must be about 50 years old


Yep. Unfortunately unlike the whisky I'm not improving with age...
SuffolkLad22214/01/2020 13:02

'Select' is an acquired taste. A bit TCP-like for my palette.


Select is a terrible example of Laphroaig - imho.
Add £5 and get Quarter Cask when Amazon knock it down.
r8sso14/01/2020 14:07

Select is a terrible example of Laphroaig - imho.


“Stick two glasses with it... It’ll sell”
It’s fine but it’s a blended whiskey not a single malt. It’s made from a load of their other single malts
Edited by: "gianthair" 14th Jan
gianthair14/01/2020 17:45

It’s fine but it’s a blended whiskey not a single malt. It’s made from a lo …It’s fine but it’s a blended whiskey not a single malt. It’s made from a load of their other single malts




A "blended whisky" is a blend of malt and cheaper grain whiskies. (eg Bells)
A "blended malt" is a blend of malt whiskies from different distilleries. (eg Monkey Shoulder)
A "single malt" is a blend of malt whiskies from a single distillery. (eg this Laphroaig).
A "single cask" is the only time you'll get whisky that isn't blended from different whiskies. These are rare because every cask will produce quite individual flavours, so there is no uniform taste. You never really know what you're going to get.
Edited by: "mooty" 14th Jan
mooty14/01/2020 21:21

A "blended whisky" is a blend of malt and cheaper grain whiskies. (eg … A "blended whisky" is a blend of malt and cheaper grain whiskies. (eg Bells)A "blended malt" is a blend of malt whiskies from different distilleries. (eg Monkey Shoulder)A "single malt" is a blend of malt whiskies from a single distillery. (eg this Laphroaig).A "single cask" is the only time you'll get whisky that isn't blended from different whiskies. These are rare because every cask will produce quite individual flavours, so there is no uniform taste. You never really know what you're going to get.


That’s interesting. Obvs I’ll be checking your working but that’s some good learning right there.
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