"Book Five: Enduring Spirit is the culmination of our Ian Hunter series, a collection of aged single malts celebrating and paying homage to the lasting impact that one remarkable man had on Laphroaig’s history. This final release celebrates the lasting legacy of the final member of the Johnston family to own and manage the Laphroaig distillery. This is an exceptionally rare whisky in a very limited series – owning it is to own part of our history and our heritage.
It was he who introduced the American Oak ex-Bourbon barrels to our maturation process following his travels to the United States, and he who established our malting floors that we use to this day. Ian’s vision and influence gives our whisky its iconic flavor and continues to direct our distillery’s practices and techniques, both from the infrastructure he put in place and the legacy he left behind for all generations of our distillery team to be inspired by.
The fifth and final instalment in this iconic series is a 34-year-old single malt with intriguing flavors of classic Laphroaig peat combined with accents of fruity blueberry and sweet, rich butterscotch. This combination of classic and modern flavors showcases the evolving vision and individuality that Ian Hunter had in mind for Laphroaig whisky, making it certainly a legacy of spirit that will endure."
Nose: "Lightly peaty with notes of iodine and burnt wood. Floral green malt, sweet candyfloss and vanilla fudge, and subtle blueberry and raspberry accents."
Taste: "Sweet and spicy, with hints of classic Laphroaig peat and cold barbecue ash. Salted caramel and butterscotch, roast chestnut, a hint of peach, dried flowers and white pepper."
Finish: "Peaty and malty, with a lingering sweetness."
Bottle Size: 750ml
*Includes White Display Box*
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