Laphroaig (pronounced 'la-froyg') is the name of a distillery located on the island of Islay on the west coast of Scotland. Its name comes from the Scottish Gaelic Lag a'mhor aig which means "the cave of the bay". The distillery (founded in 1815) has been owned by the company Beam Suntory Global Spirits since July 2005, employs twenty people and produces 2,200,000 liters of pure alcohol per year. Due to its phenolic character, Laphroaig enjoys a great reputation among enthusiasts. It is therefore not surprising that the distillery owns its own peat bog capable of supplying it for the next 4,000 years. Laphroaig will never lose its character and consequently its worshipers and detractors, because such a peated malt cannot be unanimously accepted: even the water drawn from the spring of Loch Kilbride is filtered by peat!
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