The 2016 release, named after generations of techniques, uses primary sherry casks and quarter and secondary liqueur casks, and is said to contain some of the most precious stock, a rich and classic peat, The spicy taste is long and sweet.
Shade: Dark Mahogany.
Aroma: Rich in smoky seaside minerals with hints of lime and chocolate. Unroasted chestnuts and fudge with malty sweetness.
Palate: Rich peaty and spicy opening, the initial burst of flavors reveals mineral, sea rock and sanitized water characteristics - classic Laphroaig.