A delicious Laphroaig 21 Year Old that was distilled on Islay in 1994 and matured in a hogshead cask before being bottled by Chieftain’s in 2015. It comes in an elegant bottle and stunning black box that would look the part in any whisky cabinet. With only 327 bottles produced, this bottle gets rarer by the day, making it something of a collector’s item.
Laphroaig 21 Year Old (Chieftain’s, 1994)
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