Its the top selling whisky in Scotland for a reason. Its an excellent balance of cost and quality.
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For some serious peat, try a Laphroaig (peat monster) or Lagavulin (like a depth charge...pow).
Peaty? Glenmorangie Original has little or no peat profile whatsoever! It has a hint of smoke, typical of highland malts, but it's not at all peaty.
Highland Park has a light peat profile, and Talisker steps up the peat from there, but the real peat bombs come from the Islay distilleries, like Ardbeg, Bowmore, Caol Ila, and the two "Tangent" listed, Laphroaig and Lagavulin.
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