A Lagavulin hybrid, a Laproaigvulin ... The nose is punches and typical; maritime and camphor, tasty blend of vanilla and mashed bananas, lemon citrus, powerful smoke, sensation of chalk powder, red apples, pears, salted caramel, undeniable maritime spirit. Beautiful texture in the mouth, the flavors are intense and defined; marmalade of grapes, apples, pears, bananas, citrus fruits, tropical fruits, oranges, salted caramel, smoked meat, peat moss, kelp, phenolic smoke. Many inputs from bourbon cask and a touch of sherry (probably). Peat is potent, phenolic, eucalyptus sweets and maritime enbrils. The finish is a little short, dry, camphorated.
Lagavulin, just like House Lannister, is made to rule. Even if it is relatively young here, one feels from the first scents that it is a product that is not addressed to the plebs, but to powerful and intelligent people. Nose: The incomparable peat smoke of Lagavulin with a touch of tar, discrete salt, wood and herbs. Palate: Salt, tarred peat smoke, spicy wood and a touch of caramel and vanilla. Finale: Of a beautiful length, smoke, salty and subtly sweet.
Nose: Peat in a casket of sherry, iron hand in a velvet glove, just like the house Lannister. Tundra, caramel, sea peat and berries. Apple-grape juice. Intoxicating smoke. Palate: Silky and sensual texture, fruity peat, oak wood, spices, sherry and orange. Very vinous, tannins, leather and caramel. Raspberry jams. Delicious. Final: Sweet and full-bodied at a time, on a long bewitching period. Oak saturated with sherry and spices, discrete and salty smoke at the same time. Balance: The big winner of the series. In almost every work of fiction, the villain is always more complex. Here we are entitled to a great Lagavulin, its only weak point being that just like the Lannisters, we knew what to expect. Tywin must have casks and barrels under the foundations of Casterly Rock.