Lagavulin 16 Year Old

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70cl  Bottle • 43% ABV
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For many of the Alexander & James team, the Lagavulin 16 is the ultimate Islay malt. Arguably the most intensely rich and smoky of all whiskies, it has a powerful peat-smoke nose with salty, sweet flavours and long peaty finish.

Lagavulin 16 Year Old is part of our collection of personalised whiskies and comes with a free luxury gift box.
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Smoky heaven
Lagavulin has an intensely smoky flavour thanks to the heavily peated barley and peaty hilltop water they use to make it.
Smooth and strong
Natural ingredients slowly distil on four traditional copper pot stills and cool in condensers to give the whisky a round, mellow flavour.
Long lie down
Maturation takes at least 16 years in a mix of bourbon and sherry oak casks.

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Lagavulin 16 Year Old Neat

This smoky malt has a huge finish with a salt-and-peppery-sweet warmth.

Signature Serves
If you like this whisky, you’ll love a smoky martini or smoky margarita.
Lagavulin 16 Year Old Neat
How to pour it
  1. 50ml Lagavulin 16 Year Old

Serve in a traditional whisky glass, either neat or with a little water.
Works well with salty blue cheeses as well as seafood ranging from oysters to anchovies on toast.
17g alcohol / 2.2 standard units
Did You Know?
Islay malts are renowned for having a very long finish.
The name Lagavulin comes from the Gaelic ‘laggan mhouillin’ meaning ‘hollow where the mill is’.
There are no Munros on the Isle of Islay.

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