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Cragganmore 12 Year Old - Talisker 10 Year Old - Lagavulin 16 Year Old
 42.9%   |    3x20cl

A set of three 20cl bottles comprising Speysider Cragganmore 12 year old, powerfully peaty Lagavulin 16 year old and the smoky, peppery Talisker 10 year old from the Isle of Skye.
A set of three 20cl bottles comprising Speysider Cragganmore 12 year old, powerfully peaty Lagavulin 16 year old and the smoky, peppery Talisker 10 year old from the Isle of Skye.

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The Cragganmore distillery

The Cragganmore distillery

Founded by Speyside legend Big John Smith, Cragganmore was created using a pioneering flat-top pot still design to create the sweetest, most complex of malt whiskies.

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The spirit of a wild island

From the shores of windswept Skye.

Sitting amongst the Inner Hebridean Scottish Isles, Skye is rugged, windswept, a place of extremes. The only whisky on Skye, Talisker captures the spirit of its island home perfectly. Bursting with the famous smokiness, the surprising subtle notes of black pepper, and yet rounded with a smooth finish, Talisker is a delicious contradiction.

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The definitive Islay malt whisky

From the rugged Hebridean isles

Miles and miles of peat bog in the west of the island provide the raw material which imbues the barley with that distinct smoky flavour. Not to mention the rich peaty water that runs down the brown burn from the Solan Lochs and into the distillery. In case you haven’t figured it out, the smoky, peated Lagavulin is seen as the ultimate expression of this region.

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