Lagavulin 16 YR Islay Scotch Single Malt Whiskey .750L Scotland

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APPEARANCE : Deep amber gold. NOSE : Intense peat smoke with iodine and seaweed and a rich, deep sweetness. BODY : Full PALATE : A rich, dried fruit sweetness with clouds of smoke and strong, barley-malt flavors, warming and intense. At the back of the mouth is an explosion of peppery smoke. FINISH : Huge, long, warming and peppery with a distinct appetizing sweetness.
Wine Enthusiast 90 points - Soy sauce, olive brine, peat, honey, oloroso Sherry, brewer�s yeast, bread dough, barley malt and cigar smoke in the bouquet. The flavor that magically includes the innate intense peatiness of Islay malts and the masterly employment of oak barrels phase defines "classy Islay.� Concludes sweetly, without sacrificing the tangy, astringent peatiness that is inherent. Gorgeous. - P.P. (4/1/2004) - 90-95.June/2006
Ultimate Beverage Challenge 96 points - Powerful aromas of peat smoke, seabreeze, and campfire dance from the glass on the nose. What follows on the palate is elegantly presented flavors of smoked game, brioche, and peat with a velvety texture that luxuriates on the palate. - 2018 Ultimate Spirits Challenge (Tried and True Award)(Finalist).April/2018
Other 92 points - Lagavulin is a classic example of how smoke isn’t a blunt instrument that covers everything in a fog, but an element that works with all the flavors produced in distillation and maturation. Lagavulin isn’t ‘smoky,’ its peat moves into a weird territory of Lapsang Souchong tea and pipe tobacco, fishboxes and kippers. It smells of laurel and light cereal, but is always sweet. The palate shows more creosote, with hints of kelp and a little touch of iodine. Complex. - Dave Broom.August/2012
Whisky Advocate 92 points - Peatheads the world over love Lagavulin for its sweet, subtle character and enduringly affordable price point. At a time when some NAS malts of more dubious quality are going for much more money, Lagavulin remains consistent, classic, and true to itself: a whisky you can always count on..August/2017
43% alcohol