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Lagavulin 10 Year Old

(70cl, 43%)

Lagavulin 10 Year Old

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Lagavulin 10 Year Old Bottling Note

Originally released as a Travel Retail Exclusive, behold this 10 Year Old from Islay's Lagavulin! Having rested in first fill American oak bourbon casks for a decade, it's a glorious combination of sweet, salt and spicy notes, all wrapped up with fragrant peat smoke.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: A sea breeze runs throughout rock salt, ripe apple, burnt sugar and maritime peat smoke.

Palate: Sweet and salty, with a good kick of chilli pepper, followed by roasted almond and more smoke.

Finish: A creamy, smoky, spicy finish.

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Lagavulin 10 Year Old Reviews

Overpriced

Definitely not worth £70+. I got it in travel retail for £40 and that seemed about right. Certainly inferior to the 16, but still quite enjoyable. Unless the price comes down, you’re over paying.

8th October 2020

Go try the tasting at Lagavulin it's not called an experience for nothing !

Having recently tried the 8 year old and two different 16 year olds at the distillery at Lagavulin along with a Director's cask I believe... I was not treated to the 10 year old.
Makes me think it's not amongst their best ?
Oh and I was treated to a dram of the 25 year old seen as I'd turned 60 ! Allegedly it sells for
( and I choked at this point in proceedings )
the princely sum of £ 1,000 ! Well out my league I must say and not my favourite either.

7th October 2020

Not worth the price

Vastly inferior to the 16 and 8 expressions. Sweet and with a shirt finish. Still decent as it’s Lagavulin, but not great for the price. Also, I remember buying it in travel retail last year for £35...

7th October 2020

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