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Islay single malt scotch whisky

This is a marriage of two barrels of 2007 Lagavulin, which was aged for 14 years, and a further two 2007 barrels, which were aged for eight years and subsequently rested in glass to maintain their sprightly character. This whisky displays a generous helping of coastal character, along with plenty of creamy and savoury flavours. 1067 bottles produced.

  • Core Flavour

    Earthy smoke, smoked meats, creamy character
  • Cask details

    Ex-bourbon barrels
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Tasting notes

  • Nose

    Chewy toffee penny sweets and Russian Caravan tea leaves. Dried seaweed and dried meat entwine with juicy red grapes and rolled oats.
  • Palate

    Smoked pancetta carbonara and cracked black pepper. A hint of almond butter and a bag of Scampi Fries, followed by fruit with a coastal edge - zesty pear chutney and freshly-shucked oysters.
  • Finish

    Punchy and lingering - creamy nettle soup and prosciutto-wrapped asparagus, with lots of earthy smoke.


  • Earthy smoke
  • Smoked meats
  • Creamy toffee
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