Lagg Kilmory Edition - Core Range Release 46% Single Malt Scotch Whisky 70cl
Lagg Distillery - Winner 'Distillery of the Year' and 'Excellence in Branding' at the Scottish Whisky Awards, 2023.
Isle of Arran's Lagg Distillery has launched their first Core Range Release, the Lagg Kilmory Edition. This ongoing, core expression release will be available in limited quantities bottled regularly throughout the year.
At the heart of the Kilmory Edition is Lagg Distillery's commitment to peated single malts that hark back to the illicit stills of Arran's past. Matured entirely in first-fill bourbon barrels, this bottling boasts a vibrant and fresh profile that is sure to leave a lasting impression on your taste buds. Bottled at 46% Vol, with no added colouring or chill filtration, the Kilmory Edition is a pure embodiment of the earthy smokiness and vanilla notes that make Lagg Single Malts so special.
Non-chill filtered and natural colour.
100% First-Fill Bourbon Barrel matured.
Net weight: 1.6kg
Colour: Pale gold
Nose: Heather smoke and charred citrus
Palate: Initial burst of fruit gives way to subtle bonfire smoke and a long-lasting finish
Isle of Arran Distillers
The Isle of Arran on the west coast of Scotland is both beautiful and unique. With its mountains, lowlands, glens, lochs and royal castles, it has all the scenery of Scotland and is affectionately known as ‘Scotland in Miniature’.
Their first distillery was built in the foothills of the village of Lochranza in 1994 and the first spirit ran from the stills on 29th June 1995 bringing legal distillation back to Arran after more than 150 years. It was a brand new enterprise and since that first day in June 1995 when the first ever cask was filled, it has gone on to produce the world class Arran Single Malt Whisky which has won international acclaim.
Isle of Arran Distillers remains the only whisky producer on the island and they are the proud owners of two stunning Single Malt distilleries, Lochranza in the north and Lagg Distillery in the south which opened in June 2019 and is home to the peated Lagg Single Malt.
Graham Omand, Lagg Distillery Manager, worked as a stillman at their Lochranza Distillery at the north end of Arran for several years learning from his uncle, former Lochranza Master Distiller James MacTaggart. There he built the knowledge and experience he would need to oversee Lagg Distillery’s construction and lead a brand-new team on the south of the island. Graham is very much looking forward to adding his own interpretation and style to the spirit to ensure it is of the highest possible quality.