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Lagavulin 21 Year Old 1991 (2012 Special Release)

(70cl, 52%)

Lagavulin 21 Year Old 1991 (2012 Special Release)

Lagavulin 21 YO 1991 Bottling Note

The original Lagavulin 21 Year Old has achieved legendary status in the whisky world so I was frothing at the bit to try this 52%abv Lagavulin bottled from first-fill ex-sherry casks. This is a limited release of 2,172 bottles bottled in 2012.

One bottle per person.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Vanilla and old pot pourii, leathery peat, passion fruit and star fruit in some exotic cocktail.

Palate: That tannic leathery peat followed by stewing tropical fruit with a syrupy mouth-feel.

Finish: Coal soot and burnt spice in a swift but wholesome finish.

Overall: There’s a lot going on with this dram, that would take an evening in itself to contemplate. Intriguing to unlock!

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Lagavulin 21 Year Old 1991 (2012 Special Release) Reviews

Best Islay released in 2012???

A friend and I spent some time getting to know this bottle last night. This is a seriously top notch whisky. It pays to give this one time in the glass, and in fact to use a great glass like the Eisch Jeunesse. Tasted properly, this explodes with flavor and depth. Don't guzzle this. It opens up nicely with just a few drops of water.

15th February 2013

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