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Member Reviews and Ratings of Lagavulin 11 Year Old Nick Offerman Edition
One of the best Islays Ive had. Brine and Ocean water without tasting like a lawn mower
I've cried twice in my life.
A nice smoky flavor that lingers on the palette, reminds me of lapsang souchong tea and campfire.
Wow! This is a great Scotch! Very smooth but yet has hints of smoke. Give it a try!
Amazing! Great balance of pronounced smoke/peat and overall smoothness.
Loved it! strong woody.
Very tasty. Very similar smokiness to the 16 year, with some slight differences.
If you like any other Lagavulin, or smoky scotch in general, this will be delicious.
Been looking for this for awhile now and finally got it. This is for sure a one glass max during one day. It's very peaty and delish.
Definitely getting caramel and spice. Cinnamon also. Very good.
Just amazing. I love this scotch, almost afraid to drink it because I don't want to run out... almost
I couldn’t help but compare this to the 16 every time I tried it, and to be honest, it just tasted like a less interesting 16 year. Still has that great golden Lagavulin body, but a little more savory, meaty finish. Still a wonderful scotch, and it absolutely belongs in the Lagavulin line. Even with my slight disappointment, Nick Offerman would be proud.
Loved this and not just because of the show, I didn’t even watch it. Smoky and tasty my perfect scotch.
Definitely worth every penny.
Heavy peat and spice, a dash of water opens up some dark chocolate and pie notes.
Delicious, sweeter than the 16, with all the smoke you expect.
Honestly not as good as their standard 16 year, but still a wonderful dram from a legendary distillery. A little more savory, and a little more simple. Smokey at the beginning and end.
Probably my favorite scotch. Love the nose and how it changes over about 30 seconds. Taste is a nice smokey rush but with some good sweet notes at the end
Peaty and delicious as you would expect. It's the perfect thing to drink when daydreaming about spending a day in Nick Offerman's wood shop.
My first entry into Lagavulin, co-branded by the man who made me aware of the name "Lagavulin". I assure no bias in saying that I enjoy the overall nuanced aromas as well as the complex flavor profile from this rendition of Lagavulin. Upfront there is a very pronounced peatiness that lingers til mid-palette, where it smoothens out to some nice molasses and apple reserves—maybe even mint. Being aged for only 11, compared to 16 years, there is a mild brightness that I enjoy. Cheers to you Ron Swanson.
Aroma is similar to other Lagavulins, maybe a little less smoke, but still present along with peat and and maybe some vanilla, pepper, and sea salt. The taste has the smoke and peaty flavor, there is a good bit of pepper present as well, and maybe some wood. A dash of water seems to bring in some sweetness and tames the pepper a bit. The verdict is that this is different enough to add to the collection of Lagavulin Scotch Whiskies on the shelf, and pretty darn good overall.
Great bottle from the masters at Lagavulin, you know it’s a Lagavulin, but it’s a special blessing of flavor and smoke, with the peat hitting you on the back end. Brilliant!
Green apple, white oak, peat smoke. Very pleasant.
Another great lagavulin....very smooth and fruity with a little less smoke than usual
If you like Islay whisky, and Lagavulin in particular, you’ll love the Offerman edition. It’s not as mellow as the 16, being aged 11 years, but that little extra bite makes all the difference.
Definitely a favorite. Smoky and flavorful
Color is a dark amber. Nose initially consists of leather and peat. Further nosing reveals a distant spiciness. The first sip is earthy, with a light smoky/peaty flavor, with a mild underlying sweetness. Mouthfeel is light, but not in a bad way. Additional sips reveal subtle dried fruit and the distant spice from the nose. Notes of tobacco (cigar smoke?) get revealed later in the glass. The finish is moderate in length, consisting of lingering earthy peat, mild spice, and a mild nuttiness. Not much Scotch experience to compare to, but overall this is excellent.