I was privileged enough to go to the Toronto Whisky Society’s recent tasting, in which we were able to serve five different high end malts, all of which are available at the Kensington Wine Market, where a member was able to pick it up and bring it back to us.
We finish up the tasting with peat, as you’re suppose to. And it’s an odd peated whisky. You see, if you were to buy this, it would be known as Jack Wiebers Classic of Islay. However I call it Lagavulin Classic of Islay 2016, because it’s a very open secret that it’s Lagavulin. That said, what I found out recently adds to the mystique. Or takes away from it.
You see this is a blend of old and young Lagavulin. Much like exorcising Linda Blair, the two together have worked in the past. No age statement either, so we…
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