Thanks for the notes on the Laph triple, it's definetely on my to-do list. I am just half way through my first bottle of Laphroaig10 and must say I am enjoying it. When I first saw the laph triple wood and 1/4cask I was wondering about whether it would be rough considering there was no age statement. But I am starting to learn that the age is not the be-all and end-all of whether a whisky is going to be good. Case in point is the Lagavulin 16, I did enjoy it, but personally, I rate Bowmore12, Laph10 and Ardbeg10 all above the Lag16, and they're all younger.