Wines & Spirits

Aged in oak casks, the result is an intense, peat-smoke aroma with seaweed and some sweetness, salty and sweet flavours with hints of wood and a long peaty-salt finish.

About Lagavulin

There have been distilleries at Lagavulin since the 18th century, though it wasn’t until 1816 that farmer John Johnston founded the first legal distillery. A year later a second distillery appeared, this one run by Archibald Campbell.

The two distilleries were united under a Glasgow trader, and in 1887, Peter Mackie arrived at the distillery, under whose guiding hand the distillery, and the name Lagavulin, was to become the last word in Islay malt.