What's in a name? Lagavulin 12 Year Old (2009 Release) whisky is called whisky because it's produced in Scotland. Were it from America it would be spelled Lagavulin 12 Year Old (2009 Release) whiskey, rather than whisky.
What you missed was the greed of a company owner screwing their customers
This same bottle was sold for less than £90 while they sold it here for £200
Now it is still for sale at whisky exchange for £125
Anything to add here Mr Malt why you are overcharging on so many bottles?
This is what has encouraged the distilleries to double treble and indeed aven quadruple the prices they charge for some of their yearly bottlings!!!
Shame on you Mr malt !!!
28th December 2013
I am glad I bought them at a great price. Unfortunately , down to my last few bottles
Nice finish with understated elegance. The fruits rose through the peat and intertwined harmoniously. A delightful drink. Good conversation piece. My personal opinion, showing much more character than the 16 Year.
28th April 2013
£200! What did I miss? Why so expensive?
20th December 2012
Truly one of a kind cask-strength malt. Peat and grassy lemon in a chunky barley packet. This one takes time to open up, a few drop of water helps. Quite different than 16 y, though.
1st January 2011
This bottling just gets better and better. I buy this for myself at Christmas every year and it never disappoints. A classic.
14th January 2010