Lagavulin Single Malt Scotch 16 Year

Lagavulin, the Islay single malt and Lord of the Isles, is her rich, robust song in peat. Sip a mere drop of Lagavulin at first and let its powerful bouquet embrace you.
Tasting NotesColor: deep gold; Nose: heady and pungent with peat smoke, with soft notes of salt; Body: full and rich; Palate: robust, dry flavor of peat dominates, with the tang of the sea surfacing occasionally; Finish: smooth, with a gentle bite to introduce the long, smoky afterglow of peat that lingers and warms the soul. Recommendations 'This classic from the Isle of Islay is a 16-year-old whisky in its most traditional form: powerful and peaty.' Fiona Ennys, Liverpool Echo, 26 January 1996. 'The gloriously rich, smoky, iodine-scented Lagavulin 16-year-old.' Jane MacQuitty, The Times, 20 January 1996.