Distillery Reflections Part I - Lagavulin
Lagavulin's whisky is known for its intense and complex flavour profile, with notes of seaweed, smoke, and hints of sweetness. The distillery uses traditional methods to create its whiskies, including the use of peat fires to dry the malted barley, which gives the whisky its smoky flavour. Lagavulin also offers tours of its distillery, allowing visitors to learn about the history of whisky production on Islay and to sample some of the distillery's renowned whiskies.
The distillery is open to visitors all year round, and offers a range of tours to suit all tastes and budgets. Visitors can learn about the history of the distillery, as well as the whisky-making process, and sample some of the distillery's most famous expressions. Lagavulin is also a popular destination for whisky enthusiasts, with a range of special bottlings and limited edition releases available exclusively at the distillery. Whether you're a seasoned whisky drinker or a newcomer to the world of Scotch, a visit to Lagavulin Distillery is sure to be an unforgettable experience.
We love Lagavulin so much we even made it into one of our Distillery Reflections! We have captured each reflection in fused glass and each piece is truly unique. the scene is made up of tiny pieces of fused glass
completed by our local glass artists Emma Fitzgerald and finished by Angels' Share Glass to form this wonderful homeware set. The set is completed by a Whisky Glass and backlit whisky scented candle mounted on a whisky stave.
These beautiful artists' impressions of your favourite distilleries are exquisitely lit with a whisky-scented candle and are enhanced by a real oak stave made from whisky barrels and a Spirits Glass to allow you to....