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They are actually more around the $1500-2000 area these days.  Thats why I was joking when I said that I'd sell you mine for $2500.

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Just picked up the most recent Lagavulin DE and a Highland Park 18.

 

Also, took a flask of Port Charlotte's Scottish Barley Heavily Peated up to a yurt for a weekend.  It worked well with the wood burning stove, and the 50% was a bit of a surprise.

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Originally Posted by jcman311 View Post

They are actually more around the $1500-2000 area these days.  Thats why I was joking when I said that I'd sell you mine for $2500.

Interesting, a quick search is showing $2300 but I'm sure digging deeper would result in lower prices to be found.
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Originally Posted by brp2 View Post

Just picked up the most recent Lagavulin DE and a Highland Park 18.

Also, took a flask of Port Charlotte's Scottish Barley Heavily Peated up to a yurt for a weekend.  It worked well with the wood burning stove, and the 50% was a bit of a surprise.

Let me know how that Laga DE is.

How's the Heavily Peated? I feel like it would be a good gift for my brother as something a bit off the beaten path.
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Laga DE is delicious- a bottle doesn't last very long. It's not terribly different from the regular 16 year, but it has a bit more complexity and the sherry influence is present.
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