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Lagg Corriecravie Edition, Island Single Malt Scotch Whisky, 55%

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LAGG Single Malt is distilled and matured on a low lying stretch of coast near the village of Kilmory at the south end of the Isle of Arran. The agricultural heartland of the island, distilling has been present in this tight-knit community for hundreds of years, but perhaps not entirely legallly…

The second core expression from the LAGG Distillery, the Corriecravie Edition is bottled in limited quantities once a year.

The spirit for the Corriecravie Edition is matured initially in Bourbon Barrels before being finished for approximately 6 months in Oloroso Sherry Hogsheads sourced directly from producer Miguel Martin in Jerez, Spain.

For this edition, the distillery have used Concerto malted barley and water from their own borehole.  Coupled with LAGG's chosen yeast and fermentation time, they have created a rich, full-bodied flavour.

The taste profile is slightly richer than the Kilmory expression bringing to the fore notes of sweeter spices and rich fruits.

The Corriecravie Edition is bottled at 55% ABV, without chill filtration and with no added colour.  

Tasting note from the distillery:

Nose:  Dark chocolate and spiced red berries

Palate:  Rich and mouth watering with subtle notes of charred embers and hazelnut

Finish:  Charred Oak, Smoke, Hazelnut, Dark chocolate, Sweet Spice

About the distillery

With its dreamy mountains, glens, rivers and fields, the Isle of Arran has long been known as 'Scotland in miniature'. And no miniature Scotland would be complete without a pagoda-topped whisky distillery!
Thus, when 'Hal' Currie was on the hunt for the perfect location for a new Single Malt distillery as a retirement project, Arran provided the perfect spot.
The Distillery production began in 1995 and produces around 600,000L of completely unpeated whisky per year.

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