Laphroaig Brodir Port Wood Whisky
Nose: Fresh honey drizzled over dried tropical fruit, followed by a salty sea breeze.
Palate: Quite refreshing and light (for a Laphroaig). Continued fruitiness on the palate, somewhat juicier than the nose might suggest. Smoke pops up a little later.
Finish: Rich smoke on the finish grows and grows.
About the BrandInitially launched exclusively in global travel retail, Brodir is aged initially in ex-bourbon barrels, before being finished in European oak ex-ruby port casks.
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