What's in a name? Lagavulin 1997 Pedro Ximénez Cask Finish - Distillers Edition whisky is called whisky because it's produced in Scotland. Were it from America it would be spelled Lagavulin 1997 Pedro Ximénez Cask Finish - Distillers Edition whiskey, rather than whisky.
I was after the sherry monsters for a very long time. I started to completely denounce anything peated. Once I had my first sip of this bad boy, it brought me back into the fold. Sweet, smokey, very well made whiskey. You can tell they take a lot of pride in the product, and presentation. Love this whiskey after a long week. This is the best dram to pour on a Friday when you just want to tune out and listen to some great jazz.
4th July 2014
this is for peat lovers that also like sherry. it's a great deal for the money.
7th June 2014
Perfect blend of peat smoke and subtle sweetness. Get it before it's gone!
19th April 2014
don't get me wrong, Lagavulin 16 is the goto for me. After finishing a few of those bottles, this is a fresh reminder of why Lagavulin is the #1 Islay in my opinion.
Stronger peat with a sweetness that you wouldn't acknowledge could accentuate the smoke until you try it.
An amazing buy-no regrets :-)
23rd March 2014