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Williamson 2010 The Whisky Jury

Lot: 6001893

Williamson 2010 The Whisky Jury

Winning Bid: £55

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Lot:
Distillery: 
See lot description
Age: 
N/A
Vintage: 
2010
Region: 
Islay
Bottler: 
The Whisky Jury
Cask Type: 
Refill bourbon barrel
Bottled Strength: 
52.2%
Bottle Size: 
70cl
Distillery Status: 
Operational
product Details

Williamson 2010 The Whisky Jury

A 'teaspooned' Laphroaig distilled in 2010  and bottled in 2020 by The Whisky Jury

Laphroaig is the largest of the three heavyweight Islay distilleries in Kildalton, out-stripping the production capacity of neighbours, Ardbeg and Lagavulin, by over 1 million litres per annum. Despite its traditional appearance, Laphroaig was always a forward-thinking distillery. It was bottled as a single malt as early as the 1920s, an unfashionable option at the time, especially for a peated whisky. They were also shrewd in capitalising on post-Prohibition America to add trademark sweetness to their spirit through the use of imported ex-bourbon casks, and hired Scotland’s first ever female distillery manager, Bessie Williamson, in 1954. Laphroaig is one of only a handful of distilleries in Scotland to still use in-house maltings, providing them with 20% of their annual requirements, and contributing to the distillery’s unique flavour profile.

One of 230 bottles.

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