Almost brown in color.  According to Jim Murray, this is a Laguvulin and he highly recommand every Islay lovers to keep one at home.  Well, it has strong distillery charactor so I think I also agree it should be a Laguvlin. However, I would take it as a introductory Islay malt.  Very peatiness, mild sulfer.  Simple, straight forward.  Nose best, taiste ok, finish weak.  It would be better if MacLeod bottled it at cask strength.  For those who what to enjoy the nose, buy it.  Otherwise, take the Blackadder Smoking Islay, which I belive should be a Laphroaig. Score: 74

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