Laphroaig - The Ian Hunter Story - Book 4: Malt Master 34 year old Whisky, 70cl
The fourth instalment of the Ian Hunter Story series has been matured in American white oak barrels and finished in first-fill European Oak Oloroso Sherry casks.
This rare and collectable series honours the legacy of one man, Ian Hunter, the last of the Johnston family to own and manage the Laphroaig distillery, between 1908 and 1944.
A rich, full bodied whisky with aromas and flavours of dried fruits, black pepper, and barbecued meats, all wrapped up in Laphroaig’s signature smokiness.
- Region: Islay
- Distillery: Laphroaig
- Age/Name: 34 years old
- Size: 70cl
- Strength: 46.2% ABV
- Bottled By: Distiller
- Chill-Filtered: No
Nose: Smoky and rich dried fruit, with notes of leaf tobacco, Eucalyptus, fresh straw, and sweet notes of golden syrup, cinder toffee, heather honey and crushed black pepper
Palate: Peat and sweet, barbecued pork with sweet honey marinade together with notes of peach and orange blossom, a touch of iodine and earthy floral notes
Finish: ashy with wood smoke lingering