Lagg - Inaugural Batch #3 (Ex-Red Wine Charred Casks)
Lagg - Inaugural Batch #3 (Ex-Red Wine Charred Casks)

Lagg

Red Wine Charred Casks)

$85.00 USD
70cl / 50%

Part of trio of inaugural releases from the Lagg Distillery on the Isle of Arran.

All 3 batches are made from malted Concerto barley, water from their own borehole and peat from Aberdeenshire which gives a gentle, aromatic, woody smoke to the spirit of Lagg. This spirit was matured exclusively in bourbon casks for 36 months and with a peat level of 50PPM, batch 3 is finished in ex-red wine charred casks. 

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RegionIslands

Distillery StatusOperational

Size70cl

Delivery Weight2.0 kg

Strength50%

ABOUT THE DISTILLERY / BOTTLER


In 2017, some 22 years after Arran distillery opened at Lochranza on the north side of the island, groundwork began at Lagg in the south.

Phase one saw the immediate build of three new warehouses to provide maturation facilities for both distilleries, while construction of the new site began in November 2017.

Lagg distillery eventually took its first spirit cut on 19 March 2019 at 14.35pm, and filled its first cask on 10 April, a Sherry butt which will be reserved exclusively for members of the Lagg Cask Society.

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