Lagavulin 16 year old Whisky Reviews
Product Type: Lagavulin Distillery Vodka
Description:Brand: Lagavulin Distillery / Type: Whisky / 43% volume single malt Scotch from the Islay region. Lagavulinís aroma has ... more
Lagavulin 16 year old Whisky ... often been compared to that of Lapsang Souchong, with hints of sherry and vanilla. Sip it and youíll recognise the familiar taste of the peat and iodine, offset with more sherry characteristics. It has a powerful peaty finish.
Newest Review: ... I tried this was early in my single malt journey - I'd tried, and enjoyed, a couple of relatively simple Speyside whiskies ... more
Price Comparison for Lagavulin 16 year old Whisky
Lagavulin 16 Year Old / Small Bottle IslaySingle Malt Scotch Whis ...
20cl / 43% - A 20cl bottle of Lagavulin 16 year old. Arguably t ...
Last Update 20.12.2013 21:32
Lagavulin 16 Year Old
A much sought - after oily and rich single malt whisky with massi ...
Last Update 19.12.2013 16:06
by - written on 17/01/02, updated on 17/01/02 (Very useful, 1504 readings)
Now, before I start, I'd like all those under the age of 18 to leave this op now-go on-off you go-what? You can pass for 18 if you wear what? OK you can stay. But if anyone asks, you're over the age of consent, OK? Now, get comfortable, because today, we are talking about Malt Whisky, and such an important topic deserves that you be sitting down, relaxed and in a good frame of mind. Given how small a country Scotland is, and how many of it's sons and daughters live elsewhere, you could be forgiven for thinking that the best the country could do in the way of life's little luxuries such as a good malt would be the production of a few ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/03/12 (Very useful, 46 readings)
I'm a huge fan of whisky, and particularly single malt scotch whisky. I've tried many, many bottlings from many distilleries. Some were 'ok' (I've yet to have a bad one!!), some good and some sensational. Lagavulin 16, for me, fits easily into the latter category. It is a constant on my ever changing whisky shelf, which probably says as much as I'll be able to do within the rest of this review. I should throw in a disclaimer here: this particular dram, despite being considered one of the six 'Classic Malts' (i.e. the best whisky of each whisky-producing area of Scotland), it is not an entry level whisky in my opinion. The first time I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/11/09 (Very useful, 243 readings)
I began drinking whisky long before I moved to Scotland last year. I would say my whisky-drinking career began about 15 years ago when I was invited to a whisky-tasting event put on my Johnny Walker black label which at the time I thought was the absolute height of luxury. But at the tasting we were also introduced to single malt whiskies which heightened my curiosity, and a few years later I began experimenting with single malts myself. Around this time I discovered Lagavulin. Lagavulin turned out to be the favourite whisky of both my father and a good friend of mine, so I was very lucky in that it was often around and I got to sip quite a bit of it over a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/10/09 (Very useful, 122 readings)
Lagavulin is produced by the Lagavulin distillery, one of eight on the island of Islay. It's one of the most beautiful on the island, situated on the south coast between two other famous distilleries: Laphroaig and Ardbeg. Around the back of the white nineteenth century building, you can see the picturesque ruins of Dunyvaig castle. Islay whiskies are distinguished from those from other parts of Scotland by their strength and their phenolic character: the grain with which they are made is smoked with local peat at the Port Ellen maltings before the distillation process begins. The amount of peat used varies from distillery to distillery, and from malt to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/08/01, updated on 22/08/01 (Very useful, 370 readings)
My Lagavulin Experience Two years ago, on a very, very cold New Year's Eve in Toronto my friend and I found a large club that didn't charge 100 dollars for entrance. It was getting late, so after a shot of SoCo and ten minutes wandering in the crowd, we approached one of the bars that had a full complement of Scotches stashed on the top shelf. I remembered the name Lagavulin from a conversation with an expert friend of mine, and decided to give it shot. When we downed our glasses, my friend and I looked at each other for about 30 seconds and laughed out loud. This was the best scotch we had ever had. Significantly later in the night, and ... Read the complete review
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