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I can understand why those who coveted the 15 Year were a little disappointed by this. It's age reflects youth rather than refinement. Granted, it's not as powerful as it's youngest brothers, but it still packs a punch. This reminds me of the 10 Year CS with a little less edge. The QC is sweeter and the 15 Year is more refined.
I like this, but as it is close enough to the 10 Year CS and somewhat to the Quarter Cask, I will stick to one of those as my Laphroaig staple (and the subtle hints of Islay finesse, I will leave to Ardbeg).