Lagavulin Released An Ultra-Exclusive 10-Year Single Malt Scotch

Aug 21, 2019

Category: Vices

Jet-setting across the globe and enjoying a glass of fine whisky go hand-in-hand, especially for those who feed their wanderlust hunger often. The Lagavulin 10-Year-Old Single Malt Scotch Whisky is here for liquid coverage-lovers, and it will be exclusively sold at Dufry duty-free stores in select airports across the globe.

The whisky spent time in American Oak casks to develop a rich, smoky flavor that is a genuine treat for your taste buds. According to malt master Dr. Craig Wilson, this delicious whisky is initially sweet and salty, evolving to a spicy and smoky finale. The creamy whisky is potent, yet warm, making it the perfect liquor to enjoy once you reach your destination and unwind in your hotel room. Bottled at 43% alcohol by volume, this Lagavulin whisky will not disappoint. This $61 bottle is yet another reason to travel the globe.

Purchase: $61

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