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A limited edition port finished Laphroaig release for Fèis Ìle 2013, the Islay whisky festival. Initially matured in bourbon casks, this Single Malt Scotch Whisky has an incredible pink hue. Cairdeas, meanwhile, is the Gaelic for 'friendship' and can be pronounced more-or-less “car-chase”.
Nose: A wisp of Laphroaig smoke is hiding amongst sliced blood oranges, grapefruit, raspberry bushes and a hint of pot pourri. Clotted cream and lemon zest develop.
Palate: Blackcurrants and sweet marmalade with more savoury pepper notes.
Finish: Fruity and drying.
Overall: Pink Laphroaig!
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A superb dessert whisky at an affordable price. Good balance between peat & sweetness. It surely packs a punch though!
11th June 2014
The Color is mahogany and the nose is fairly complexed, sort of "wooden" nose,littlebit waxy, with nice fruits - like plums, raisins, a bit of grapefruit and 'the (fantastic) sweet port'. The palate has a lovely vanilla taste, with 'sweet' wood, lightly peppered; then some citrus, raisins as well as the strawberry marmalade.Wow! And the finish is spicyish, smoky and last but not least the portwood(not overwhelming, just fine!).And with a "rather long" finish. This realy is a superbe whisky!
13th May 2014
I bought a bottle and have gone through half of it with friends. I like the laphroaig10 and my favorite, the 18. The port wood finish gives this a sweetness that doesn't seem to go well with the smoke. Odd. Must be an acquired taste. Like smoking a sweet cigar. Normally I don't mind the sweetness. I live the balvenie 17 double wood and the 21 port wood.
17th February 2014
I was not sure that a Laphroiag would work well with a port finish. It works quite well.
1st January 2014
The color is amazing. i also found my bottle for 60$ in the Chicago area at a local grocery store. i love islays and this did not disappoint, even despite the NAS age.
19th November 2013
Love the flavor. Peat, Peat, PEAT! Better than the 2012.
26th October 2013
I got a bottle of this at Binny's in the Chicsgo area for $60!It's excellent!
19th October 2013
You must be a gonads connoisseur this must be the reason that you don't like this fantastic Laphroaig.
1st October 2013
I have not liked a Laphroaig this much since the old 15 was replaced by the 18. As I have never been a big Port wood finish fan I am really surprised. I always know where a few bottles are hiding in the Dallas Fort Worth Metroplex. I think I will go hunting for extra bottles of this one!
Tastes like Satan's gonads mixed with radiator shavings. A searing hot, throat-clagging monstrosity. Avoid like the plague.
5th September 2013
Woooow there! You seem to have left quite a few of these Mike!!! Sorry your reviews weren't approved sooner (they do have to be approved by the way) but you're beginning to make us feel a bit like Kevin! It's scary...http://youtu.be/tBte2Ggpt9A - The Chaps at Master of Malt
29th August 2013
As the MoM staff delete the reviews that doesnt suit their taste./mike-stockholm-sweden
22nd August 2013
Yet again Laphroaig release a beatiful edition of the much liked Cairdeas series. I love this edition even more than the previous release. What can I say except for, Top Notch Laphroaig! A bit pricey but worth every penny.To secure my bottle I had to wait in line outside the off licence on the morning of the release and it was worth it!/mike-stockholm-sweden
Seriously overpriced for a NAS whisky. Can't believe people buy this.
21st August 2013
Definitely something special this one.
23rd June 2013
Absolutely gorgeous Laphroaig
7th June 2013