Monday, 8 August 2016

Lagavulin 25 Cask Strength

It was already a public secret for some time that Lagavulin would release a new 25 year old single malt. The label of Lagavulin 25 years old has now been spotted in the TTB Public Registry. The label stands out with its flashy orange and features the names of all the distillery managers up to today.

8000 bottles will hit the market, matured in ex-sherry casks and the whisky is bottled at cask strength: 50.9% ABV

Lagavulin 25 years old

Lagavulin 25 years old

Identity Card Lagavulin 25

  • Lagavulin 25

  • Lagavulin Distillery, Port Ellen (Islay)

  • Alcohol: 50.9% ABV

  • Matured in ex-sherry casks

Entries from the TTB Public Registry (Alcohol and Tobacco Tax & Trade Bureau) are a fairly reliable source for upcoming new whiskies. Although not all entries make it to the market. There’s always the possibility a brand decides not to launch a whisky, even if the label has been approved. Until the distillery sends out a press release, this whisky should be considered a rumour…

Source: Colas Online


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