After the success of last year, by popular demand, Lagavulin 8 yo returns. A product of great thickness and personality that becomes ongoing bottling in the Lagavulin release landscape. A historical testimony since it is the first bottling surveyed in 1887 by Alfred Barnard.
The nose is light with a clear hint of fresh citrus notes combined with hints of smoke. On the palate, initially soft and delicate, it explodes into a large-bodied product: sweet, smoky, hot and pungent. The finish is clean, very long and powerful.