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FrogPrincesse

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So there is Pete's Word (Phil Ward), which is the Last Word with Laphroaig substituted for the gin.

 

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The other night I discovered the Final Straw (Geoff Fewell) which is another Last Word variation with Laphroaig as the base spirit. I made it with Laphroaig 10 (substituted for quarter cask), Benedictine, yellow Chartreuse (substituted for MOF), lemon juice.

 

I was fearing something very sweet, but the intense smoky peat of the Laphroaig tricked my taste buds into thinking this was nicely balanced.

 

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FrogPrincesse

FrogPrincesse


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So there is Pete's Word (Phil Ward), which is the Last Word with Laphroaig substituted for the gin.

 

9888144065_7e7c6b679f_h.jpg

 

The other night I discovered the Final Straw (Geoff Fewell) which is another Last Word variation with Laphroaig as the base spirit. I made it with Laphroaig 10 (substituted for quarter cask), Benedictine, yellow Chartreuse (substituted for MOF), lemon juice.

 

I was fearing something very sweet, but the intense smoky peat of the Laphroaig tricked my taste buds into thinking this was nicely balanced.

 

25997958375_7d29501c4a_h.jpg

 

FrogPrincesse

FrogPrincesse


Remove superfluous link

So there is Pete's Word (Phil Ward), which is the Last Word with Laphroaig substituted for the gin.

 

9888144065_7e7c6b679f_h.jpg

 

The other night I discovered the Final Straw (Geoff Fewell) which is another Last Word variation with Laphroaig as the base spirit. I made it with Laphroaig 10 (substituted for quarter cask), Benedictine, yellow Chartreuse (substituted for MOF), lemon juice.

 

I was fearing something very sweet, but the intense smoky peat of the Laphroaig tricked my taste buds into thinking this was nicely balanced.

 

25997958375_7d29501c4a_h.jpg

 

 

FrogPrincesse

FrogPrincesse

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