Finlaggan Old Reserve Islay Malt

70cl / 40%
  • Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky
Finlaggan Old Reserve Islay Malt
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Customer Rating
A mystery Islay single malt from an unnamed distillery, purported by many to be Lagavulin, which somehow seems a little unlikely to us. That said, this is a terrific dram for the money and likely to appeal to frugal peatheads.
Country
Scotland
Region
Islay
Colouring
Yes

Finlaggan Old Reserve Islay Malt Reviews

13 Customer Reviews

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  • 5
    6 December 2015

    I have consumed several bottles of Finlaggan, along with other Islay malts. Finlaggan is very much a competitor, especially factoring in the price.

  • 5
    17 September 2015

    one of my best experiences. a very good and tasty wisky worth every penny

  • 5
    8 July 2015

    A real discovery. Despite being Scottish I have never seen this whisky on sale in my native land. I had to travel to Seattle to purchase it at a very modest price.It is a very fine whisky, very enjoyable. Perhaps even too good to share!

  • 5
    3 June 2015

    This is a great Islay to be bought for a relatively low price. It''s full peaty and smoky taste are a pleasure for your mouth ( if you like this kind of whisky of course). The warm honey- ish and smoky finish lasts for a long time. Definitely a stayer, go buy this dram!

  • 4
    17 May 2015

    It is an amazing value for an Islay Single Malt Scotch. Say what you''d like about it, but if you're a working man/woman, it's a great value on a really good bottle of Scotch!

  • 4
    24 April 2015

    I had a double at west kilbride golf club recently and was most impressed but will someone please tell me which distillary it originates

  • 4
    15 March 2015

    As an Islay lover, I believe this is the best Islay for the $ but do not believe it is a young Lagavulin. It''s light body & intense peat suggest a young Ardbeg, if you drink it out of the same glass as aged Islay''s it brings out the characteristics of Ardbeg much more than the fuller bodied Islay''s.