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Lagavulin Scotch Single Malt 16 Year 750ML


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  • Shipping Weight: 3.5 pounds
  • ASIN: B002TAEGHC
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
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269 of 279 people found the following review helpful By Chadmo on October 17, 2012
You open the bottle and the smell hits you. This ain't no frilly Scotch. This Scotch is going to put hair in places you may not be accustomed to having it. You take a sip and your voice drops. You take a second sip and suddenly you have an oversized sword in your left hand. At this point your wife is confused and the kids are scared, but there's no turning back. After the third sip the accent comes. Slowly at first. An 'aye' here, a 'lad' there. But slowly takes a back seat after the fourth sip. Your accent is now full steam, you look out the window and Brian Cox nods in approval. A kilt falls from the ceiling as you realize you're now naked. You stand proud, take the fifth sip, and your wife looks at you with hunger in her eyes. It's a good day to be a Scotch drinker.
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27 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Edward Hamilton on August 30, 2012
Lagavulin pronounced "Lahk-a-voolin" is one of 9 Islay distilleries. There is a long and interesting history regarding the region's scotch whiskey distilleries. If you're interested in it, give it a Google.

To me the Islay whiskeys that I've tried all tend to have a smoky, peaty taste, with a hint of the sea. But of all of them, Lagavulin is my favorite. If you are a drinker of scotch whiskey I promise you will notice the unique and distinct difference right away. It's wonderful. My wife who is NOT a scotch whiskey drinker enjoys Lagavulin 16.

Over the last decade or so it's seemed to have gained popularity here in the US, I've noticed a substantial increase in local retail prices which typically range $75-$85 for 750ml. We've also experienced some supply shortages believe it or not, so the price listed in this ad seems very good.

I can't say enough good things about this whiskey. Give it a try, you will be glad you did.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Ben on January 8, 2013
I'm not typically a big fan of Islay scotches - find the "peat-i-ness" to be a bit overpowering (i.e. Laphroaig). This 16 yr is the best Islay I've tasted-not too peaty but with plenty of that smokey body I've come to love in scotches. I would definitely give this one a shot, especially if you're on the fence about Islay scotches.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Brandon Mario on February 9, 2013
Dear Amazon Shopper,

I am an extremely passionate scotch drinker. I currently have just under three dozen different types of single-malt scotch open on my bar, ranging from 20+yo Laphroaigs, to Lagavulin Distiller's Editions, to Macallan 10yr and 12yr. I can unreservedly say that Lagavulin 16 is quite simply the best scotch to be had for under $100. This classic Islay malt combines the aggression of smoke and peat with a silky smoothness that lingers on the palate. Lagavulin 16 is an intoxicating dram defined by its power and pleasant warmth. To truly appreciate it, you must try it for yourself.

You owe it to yourself not to pass this up.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By alexanderleon on January 8, 2013
I overpaid for a bottle of this in NC this past weekend. Nevertheless, this is the finest scotch I've ever had. I've had Blue, Morangie 18, Macallan, Glen Livet 15 all very recently. This is the most distinct and most artistically crafted of them all. It is VERY distinct and highly recommended. At $60 a pop, this is a steal.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Bruce K. Dixon on October 26, 2012
I was introduced to Lagavulin 16 three days ago. I'm no single malt Scotch authority, but this was straight out delicious; better than anything I've tried, including highly-touted and expensive products served at Robert Burns tastings. Microsoft: put "Lagavulin" in your dictionary.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By neminem on November 10, 2013
People are saying you'll love it above all or you'll give it away after a sip? I have to disagree on both counts. I just bought a bottle, and very excitedly tried a taste - I figured it would be Laphroaig only even better. Now, I'm not saying I didn't enjoy it - I most definitely did and will. I'm just saying, personally, I think I enjoyed the bottle of Laphroaig 10 I just finished (which I got on sale for less than half the price of this bottle) a bit more. Both were distinctively, tastily Islay, but while this one might be a little smoother, it's also a bit more bitter. Of the three Islays I've tried so far (this, the Laphroaig 10, and an Oban 12), this is actually my least favorite (the Oban actually went a bit too far on the sweetness). That doesn't mean it isn't still great, just that I wouldn't ever pay 80 dollars for this bottle again, when I can get a bottle of Laphroaig 10 for half that. Well, now I know. (I wouldn't buy another bottle anyway - that would be counter to my goal of slowly working my way to trying one bottle from every major distillery that sells a single malt. But if I *were* to buy another bottle I'd tried already, it'd be the Laphroaig.)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mark Pearrow on July 8, 2014
Not as smokey or medicinal as Laphroig (and don't get me wrong, I also love Laphroig!) , Lagavulin is the perfect scotch - a blend of peaty, smokey taste that is smooth beyond the 16 years it has been aged. It is my scotch of choice for good meals as well as for cigar night - it complements a fine cigar where some Islay scotches might compete or mute it. The first time I had a wee dram, I noticed that I had developed several superpowers - mostly related to pyrokinetics, but some related to filing cabinets. Now, after many fine fifths, I can see through time, similar to a Jedi, but with slight double vision, and I have Wellingtons of Bog Wading +5.
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