Collection: Laphroaig

Laphroaig claims to be "the most intense of all Scotch whiskies" and is most often aged to 10 years, although 15 year old varieties are common (27, 30 and 40 year olds are rare and expensive; 18 year old discontinued in late 2015) . The whisky has a peated/smoky flavor. About 10% of their barley is produced on-site using hand-cut peat from Islay.

Laphroaig Quarter Cask was launched in 2004. Aged in ex-bourbon barrels, finished in smaller casks, and not cold filtered. Due to the use of smaller barrels, the oak surface contact is 30% greater than in standard barrels. The company describes its effect as "creating a soft and velvety edge". Quarter Cask is bottled at 48% ABV. The 10-year flag bearer is bottled at 40% or 43% ABV, depending on the local market.

Also now available in travel retail: Laphroaig QA casks (matured in ex-Bourbon and American native oak), Laphroaig PX casks (matured in three woods - from American Oak to Quarter Cask to Pedro Ximenez Fore Snow liqueur) ), Laphroaig An Cuan Mor – Big Ocean (aged in bourbon casks, then in European oak casks)
Laphroaig Distillery