Instructions Preheat oven to degrees Fahrenheit degrees Celsius. Dust cocoa all over the inside of the pan, tapping to evenly distribute.
Particularly with iconic and distinctive examples such as Lagavulin 16 year old. Lets have a few today, in quick fire succession, starting with the most recent Leafy and earthy peat to start, bracken, beach wood, coal hearths and seaweed.
An oiliness and a slightly syrupy sweetness underneath. A little green fruit, camphor and sea salt. Coming back to it after the others you really notice the more active wood aspects, there is a distinctive lick of vanilla sweetness about it. Big, loud peat oils, tar resin, camphor, sea weed, shellfish and peppered mackerel.
Quite syrupy in texture and with a rising sweetness. A slightly buffeting, gravelly minerality and lots of saltiness. Good length, warming, leafy, smouldering peats and more syrupy sweetness.
Still a great, benchmark whisky. The peat is denser on this one straight away, more simmering, more crystalline but still with this slightly earthy and leafy edge.
Perhaps more classically coastal as well with a lean minerality. Immediately more complex and more drying than the A balance between a crusty saltiness, oily and umami peat and a sweeter, green fruitiness. More of these classical Lagavulin camphor, resin and sea weed aspects.
Perhaps a handful of green olives in brine and some anchovies. Long, slightly ashy, peat smoke, more seaweed, crab meat and some dried herbal notes. A notch better in my wee book. This is richer, fatter, oilier; the peat is almost greasy with some notes of pineapple and coal tar soap.
Various tinctures and ointments, drying seaweed, lanolin and hessian. Still with these green fruits. This is a notch more magnificent on the nose than the previous two.
More elegant, more harmonous and more complex still. Some lemon skins and smoked fish. Long and full of tobacco, peat smoke, tar liqueur and hessian.
Quite a bit more drying. This seems to be the decade where Lagavulin started to shed a lot of its more overt fruitiness.This is the cradle of the "craft beer revolution," home to Canada’s first brewpub and some of British Columbia’s most popular breweries.
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