Member Reviews and Ratings of Laphroaig Triple Wood
Favorite Islay scotch I’ve tried yet, I typically pair it with a cigar, though I’m not sure if it’s properly paired (?)
Only bested by Lore
Good go-to scotch if you like Smokey wood flavor. Great value.
All about the flavor. Glad my friends don’t like it as much as I do!!
Very good! Great balance
Sweeter than Laphroaig 10, similar smokiness with sherry notes! Beautiful! It is like making best friends with the worst enemy :)
Superb. Not actually that distinctively Laphroaig, but what an enjoyable rounded malt. As some might say, quaffable. Softer than typical Laphroaig; warming, thanks to the maturation in sherry casks. Lovely
Peaty, with a strong nose of ethanol. Takes some getting used to. Needs a drop or two of water to open up.
Delicious and smooth. One of my favorites. You wont go wrong with this one.
Very smoky; peat forward
Being a highland guy this a fantastic Islay for the taste buds. Nice complexity and excellent smoothness and smoke.
The sherry is prominent on the nose and lends a calming sweetness to the body overall note quite as smoky or peaty but the sweetness is just subtle enough to make this invitingly delightful.
just peaty and sweet I like it neat
One of my favorites love the wood and peaty notes.
Updating my rating after making it through most of the bottle. This drink has really grown on me and more of the complexities revealed themselves.
Love this, great flavor and finish
QC plus a little extra-- delicious.
Awesome flavor profile.
Beautifully rich smokiness with slightly more modest peat than a Lagavulin 16.
Excellent version. All the great smokiness with a great finish of fruit and very smooth the whole way
Another great bottle with a very oaky bite
This had a great, smoky taste.
Extremely smooth. Sweet finish. If you're looking for a strong peat profile, this isn't for you.
Fantastic, smokey and smooth with just enough heat.
Great whisky, very light peat & smoke. Good finish with vanilla notes. A little heat on the back of the tongue.
My first Islay. Sweet, smokey, long finish. I'd say a good starter to the peat/smoke area.
Nice and balanced. A bit too gentle for my liking of Laphroaig