Review: Lagavulin Distillers Edition 1992
There’s nothing subtle in Lagavulin’s 16-year-old special bottling (released in 2008), which is finished in Pedro Ximenez casks to finish off the whisky. This is a huge, peaty and phenolic whisky. There are hints of sweetness that fade in and out, but they can’t stave off that big burst of salty seaweed and peat smoke, that overwhelms you with a ridiculously long finish.
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