Lagavulin Feis Ile 2011
70 cl / 51%
An amazing and very rare Lagavulin, distilled on the 23rd February 1998 and aged in cask 1715 for 12 years before bottling for the 2011 Feis Ile.
A limited release, aged in warehouse 1 in a single refill butt, selected by Iain McArthur. A real crack!
If you liked this Lagavulin, you may want to try some Laphroaig whiskies.
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“This Feis Ile whisky is a sea christened Lagavulin: Laph-gavulin!”This dram has a gold-like color.
Nose (90): more than average. peat, rubber, salt, iodine, honey, citrus, fruits. It doesn't start like a Lagavulin. It it more maritme but then you get that characteristic Lagavulin aroma.
Taste (93): smooth, powerful, oily. peat, salt, fruit, honey, wood, smoke, burnt wood, coffee. Now it tastes more like a 16 year old Cask Strength. Really nice.
Finish (91): longer than average. peat, pepper, citrus, honey.
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