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Laphroaig PX Cask Triple Matured

(100cl, 48%)

Laphroaig PX Cask Triple Matured

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Laphroaig PX Triple Bottling Note

The Laphroaig PX Cask is made with whisky matured in three types of cask - American oak casks, Quarter casks and the titular Pedro Ximénez casks. This leads to a flavour profile which ties together classic, powerful Laphroaig smoke and wine-like sweetness. It was originally released for Travel Retail.

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Laphroaig PX Cask Triple Matured Reviews


This dram had the misfortune to be tasted after the 10yo sherry.No contest really.A bit thin and forced.Might have been different if circumstances had dictated

29th November 2021

The Best from them so far

One of my favourite islay whiskys. I really liked Quarter Qask too, but this is superior.

2nd August 2021

A great surprise

A friend gave me a glass to sample and I thought it was top class. The sherry is really at the forefront, which surprised me, and the phenolic Laphroaig signature gently underscores it at the back. This is a really, really nice dram, with good layers of complexity, I can't wait to get my hands on a bottle.

30th January 2020


Great smooth flavor. Well balanced.

28th November 2019

A new favorite Islay

I’ve had the Laphroaig 10 and Quarter Cask, Ardebg, and Lagavulin 16. This is one of my new faves. The signature Laphroaig character but smoother, sweeter, and a darker color. The iodine of the Laphroaig 10 (which I love) is not really there. It’s replaced by the sweeter notes of the Ximenez cask. Delicious with a drop of water

24th November 2019

Dad, what would you

Heaven in a bottle. TRACY and I did a blind test with PX Cask Triple Matured and Ten other Of the best single malts and we both selected the PX as the very best

29th October 2019

Sublime Single Malt

A wonderful Laphroaig even for people who think they don't like it. Softer, balanced with a warmth and sweetness that is very unexpected from this Islay distillery. One of my favourite releases in recent years.

16th October 2019

Devils Work in perfection

Nose: surprisingly smooth with Sherry and vanilla, in the next moment bacon, salt and smoke (typical Laphroig)
Palate: in the beginning floral with hints of Sherry. One moment of silence. Then voluminous spicy smoke. Later more and more and more very spicy and smoky.
Finish: harsh and dry smoke (like cold coal). After 5 seconds "second-hit" with more coal. It ends with the feeling of campfire in your mouth and throat
All in All: I had to cry after this one! It's the most evil and guileful whisky I've ever tried - I love him!

10th April 2019

Curious price

A very nice, smooth expression of Laphroaig. Unfortunately I have only had one measure of it on a ferry because the price of a bottle seems excessive for what you get.

8th December 2018

More than meets the eye but not mind blowing.

The heart of this expression lies in its sherry not its smoke. The first hits of smoke on the palette bring an unsophisticated acridness but giving it a little water (which I rarely do) reveals a candied sweetness that the peat works hard to hide. Not overly complex but less robust than one might expect from a Laphroaig. More than meets the eye but not mind blowing.

6th November 2018

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