This is a marriage of two barrels of 2007 Lagavulin, which was aged for 14 years, and a further two 2007 barrels, which were aged for eight years and subsequently rested in glass to maintain their sprightly character. This whisky displays a generous helping of coastal character, along with plenty of creamy and savoury flavours. 1067 bottles produced.
Chewy toffee penny sweets and Russian Caravan tea leaves. Dried seaweed and dried meat entwine with juicy red grapes and rolled oats.
Smoked pancetta carbonara and cracked black pepper. A hint of almond butter and a bag of Scampi Fries, followed by fruit with a coastal edge - zesty pear chutney and freshly-shucked oysters.
Punchy and lingering - creamy nettle soup and prosciutto-wrapped asparagus, with lots of earthy smoke.