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Taken from European oak Sherry butts specially selected by Iain McArthur, this Fèis Ìle 2014 bottling of Lagavulin was distilled back in 1995 and stood out as one of the best festival release of the year. 3,500 bottles were produced.
This bottle was part of a private collection.
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Nose: Smoky, waxy, Manchego cheese. A whole fruit bowl including berries and oranges. Those pink and blue Liquorice Allsorts. Pepper berries throughout.
Palate: Ash and Tabac, soot and blackcurrant, and a little more of that sweet liquorice.
Finish: Sweet, Sherried oak magic.
Overall: This stuff is pretty bloody epic - as good if not better than last year's (which was the best festival bottling of 2013). A real winner.
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