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Member Reviews and Ratings of Game of Thrones House Lannister Lagavulin 9 Year Old
This is an exceptional Islay. Sweet smoke and balanced peat, ash and fruit.
Not quite as complex as the Offerman or the 16 year, but it has its own distinctive taste. More caramel and almost some peppercorn or something (can’t quite place it). At the ridiculously good price I paid ($40) it was a steal. Still worth it in the $70s.
Incredibly smokey, but really good
Especially good with some water drops in there
Not as much peat as I would have expected from Lagavulin with this age statement. Really it is just as much but with a smoother profile. A bit of water helps to wake it up even more.
Really enjoyed this bottle. I am a huge fan of peat.
Just not my thing. I can't taste much outside the peat. So aromatic, I have to move slowly into the glass. Too aggressive for my tastes.
Very powerful intense burn at the go, takes you by surprise And was difficult to taste anything else. But the longer it sits on the palate the more you taste and the flavors come out. Will take longer to get used to but definitely going to sip on this
Really good! Strong and powerful. A bit peaty, too less to my personal taste, but still excellent.
This whiskey could define balance. Honey, Vanilla, caramel, salt, and peat. One note I saw I can't stop thinking of : burnt marshmallow. I haven't had much of Lagavulin, but this 9 year old was readily available at the local store. Maybe paid a little more for the branding than I'd like but I have no regrets. Once it's empty I will definitely buy a 16. Terrific stuff.
Smoky with hints of banana, caramel, and vanilla. The smoke and spice linger. Not too bad.
Aroma is deep and inviting, nice smoke, smooth, rich, some sweetness. The smoke seems a bit musty for lack of a better word. The taste is good, seems richer and more buttery than other Lagavulin Scotch, but the smoke seems more like Johnnie Walker Black, where it's a bit ashy and dusty. A dash of water seems to tone down the sweetness and brings out the ash a bit more, I think it's better straight. I could see some people enjoying this, but for me it feels like a step back a little from other Lagavulins.
If you’re into the Smokey scotches...come no further! The smoke, pepper, and spice of this one reign supreme. It’s an excellent whisky and fitting tribute to the coat of gold, a coat of red, reminding the drinking the lion still has claws...
Banana that leads into burn with a dry mouth feel
Variety in nose and palate for an Islay. Subdued peat and smoke levels room for vanilla and sweet notes. Great balance.
I wish I could review this product but it’s been over a month since I bought and there is no update on the tracking number nor have I received the bottle. I’m pretty disappointed
Smoky, peaty and relatively smooth. A good sipping scotch that reminds me of how GoT ends
I love the smokiness this has
pretty tasty very similar to the other Lagavulin 9 this is a fantastic drink with a smooth smoky finish good caramel and banana notes as well
Smokey with smooth finish
Absolutely love this one
Hear this Lagavulin roar! I like it! In fact, I was skeptical of the 9 year old because I have had the 16 year old before (years ago), and I didn't like it then. I felt the peat was overpowering on the 16. But lo and behold, the 9 year-old is quite wonderful. The peat is not overpowering, and the smokiness is just right. The finish is quite smooth and luscious. I should have bought more of these bottles when they were readily available for $65. But now I see some places selling this bottle for $200 or more. Ouch!
Smoother and more flavorful than other Islay scotches I have tasted. May be my new favorite.
Almost as good as 16 year old
I really enjoyed it. First islay I have had. I felt like it made me mature to understand the taste and the complexity. Great buy. If you can find it buy it.
Really great. Very smooth. If you can find it; buy it.
Really nice! I don't watch GOT, but I like me some Lagavulin. So I got it (at retail) and feel like it was a great deal. Somewhere between the 8 and 16, to me it's more on the 16 side. Feels more mature than the 8, but not as refined as the 16.
Almost as good as 16 year old. Nice change of pace with some less matured whisky.
You will feel classy drinking it. Very rich and intense, with a sophisticated finish. Smokey but many other tones lurking in the smoke. It feels like a great match for house Lannister.
Not as good as the 16-Year, but it is an excellent Islay.
The 4th of the series that I've managed to find, and I love it. Islay fans will be pleased with this dram. Smoke on the nose, but not too thick. Perhaps a bit imposing on the tongue - but it is a 9 year-old, and clocks in at 46%...so that's to be expected. Vanilla and smoke, to be sure. And that signature islay finish - smokiness and salt air.