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Laphroaig Quarter Cask (700ml)

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The price of Laphroaig Quarter Cask (700ml) in Tesco is £36.00.For each 100ml of Laphroaig Quarter Cask (700ml) the price is £5.14. £36.00
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BY APPOINTMENT TO HRH THE PRINCE OF WALES, DISTILLER AND SUPPLIER OF SINGLE MALT SCOTCH WHISKY, D. JOHNSTON & CO., (LAPHROAIG) DUMBARTON. Bottled at the natural distillery strength of 55.7% vol, straight from the wood. LAPHROAIG DISTILLERY. ESTABLISHED 1815. Original Cask Strength Laphroaig whisky is a pure single Islay malt bottled at natural distillery strength. The whisky's rich flavours come through as never before because the whisky has not been chill-filtered. This gives a depth of genuine taste and texture normally associated with sampling a whisky at source. We mature Laphroaig whisky in seasoned oak barrels and this imbues the whisky with the heart and strength of the wood. These barrels are charred before filling to impact the slight sweet vanilla nuttiness of the oak. Original Cask Strength Laphroaig whisky is barrier-filtered only, to remove the small char particles that are present, but this filtering does not change or lessen the flavour in any way. Emphatic, full-bodied and utterly unforgettable. www.laphroaig.com 55.7% vol.

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