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A litre bottling of Laphroaig's QA Cask single malt Scotch whisky, which is initially matured in ex-bourbon barrels before ensuring a finishing period in charred American white oak casks. With this finishing period paired with Laphroaig's classically intense flavour profile, you might be expecting a massively in-your-face dram, but the result is very well-balanced between coastal smoke and sweet, chewy vanilla notes.
The name comes from the Latin phrase 'Quercus Alba', meaning white oak. It was originally released for Travel Retail.
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If you are a Laphroaig fan and can find this at taxfree, buy it for sure. You won't regret yourself cause this is good stuff. For this price? nah not really. It taste kinda like Laphroaig 10 but more spicy and less different flavours.
18th November 2016
I received a bottle of the Laphroaig QA Cask for my birthday and i am really enjoying it. With my first taste first taste initially I thought this was "Laphroaig Light" as it lacked the strength and smokiness I was expecting (I suspect that this was just my expectation was colouring my taste). The flavour is extremely well balanced and this whisky delivers layer after layer of wonderful flavors.If you want a medium peaty whisky with bags of taste, this is one to try!
12th September 2016
I really like this whisky, I prefer younger Laphroaigs, although I prefer Quartercask over this, I think the QA cask is more complex than the 10 year old.Ive never tasted a Laphroaig I didn't like.Very distinctive and oily vanilla oak notes and the Laphroaig smokyness balanced well together. Recommended for the price at duty frees, but not recommended for the price on this site.
29th July 2016
Great drop from Laphroaig guys again. Well balanced, sweet with peat, fruity and oaky, gingery aftertaste, simply irresistible
15th June 2016
Is it "a cheap" watered down whisky..? Well, I don't think that the distillery had to use a lot of resources to produce this whisky...
2nd April 2016
Tasty, the 10 still rules.
27th February 2016
Retains the intense flavor of the 10yr old but the palate is a nice combination of smokiness and mild spicy and sweetness that makes it more silky and very distinct from the 10yr old.
21st January 2016
5 stars cause of the price and what you get out of it.
8th December 2015
Very enjoyable strong peat with a vanilla boom. In mouth not as complex as other Islays but still rich and salty. Medium finish. Not better than the 10yr old a bit lighter but overall great experience. Still nothing from Islay can beat the Lagavulin 16 experience
5th December 2015