This Lagavulin 12 Year Old is a rare and intriguing whisky that was bottled by White Horse distillers in the early 1970s, carrying the royal warrant of her Majesty the Queen. It is a truly classic single-malt that was in circulation before Lagavulin was relaunched as a 16 Year Old in 1988. Intensely peaty with beautiful hints of citrus fruits.
Lagavulin 12 Year Old White Horse, 1970s
This Lagavulin 12 Year Old is a rare and intriguing whisky that was bottled by White Horse distillers in the early 1980s, carrying the royal warrant of her Majesty the Queen. It is a truly classic single-malt that was in circulation before Lagavulin was relaunched as a 16 Year Old in 1988. Intensely peaty with beautiful hints of citrus fruits.
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