Lagavulin 12 Year Old Whisky 2007 Bottling
A Natural Cask Strength Lagavulin Islay Whisky.
There is a quote from William Black on the front of the label
'The strange Horse of Suinabhal' - by William Black.
'I hef been in Isla more as three times or two times myself, and I hef been close to the 'Lagavulin' Distillery, and I know that it is the clear watter of the spring that will make the 'Lagavulin' Whisky just as fine as new milk'.
From the back of the bottle
From Islay's most famous distillery, this vigorous 12 year old Lagavulin's smoky aromas soon become sweet and toffee-like, with some fruit and nuts. Adding water - try one part whisky to two parts still water - you may see a slight cloudiness (normal in an unfiltered cask-strength single malt) and catch a whiff of Arbroath smokies, the renowned Scottish smoked Haddock dish. Tasting, a malty sweetness strikes you, accompanied by herbal notes and a touch of seaweed. Longer flavours are of pine-resin, dry, with plenty of fragrant smoke. The finish is pure Lagavulin - long lasting, all ship's tar, ropes and polish. This is a powerful new member of the family, that reveals all the complexity of the 16 year old in an appealing, less rich style.
Distilled at Lagavulin Distillery, Isle of Islay.
Distilled and Bottled in Scotland
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