Lagavulin 1999 Distillers Edition, bottled in 2015, this is the 1999 vintage of Lagavulin's Distillers Edition. By far the most popular of the series, this double-matured Lagavulin has had a finishing period in sweet, sticky Pedro Ximénez sherry casks. A whisky that never disappoints.
Intense peat and vanilla. A raisin sweetness checks the smoke. Iodine-edged peat and crisp, roasty malt. Satisfying and enticing.
Full bodied and rich in texture.
A clear, grassy malt, then the peat lands – smoke filling the mouth. A very salty tang, the middle offers coffee, vanilla and fruit.
Incredibly long, even by Islay standards. Fruit, peat and long-lasting oak. Very chewable.
|Classification||Single Malt Whisky|
|ABV/ Volume||43.0%/ 70cl|
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