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I did not buy the 8yo Lagavulin as for me the reviews showed me that it was anything like a 16yo for me is a master-work and so complex. So a Lagavulin without the complexity would be losing something. But then some people love the 8yo.
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I haven't tried the 8 year old. Is the 8 worth buying considering its price relative to the 16 year old?
The 8 year old is running about 30% less than the 16 year old in my area ($70 vs. $100). I do commend Diageo for the age statement. I guess I would be better served to judge the 8 on its own merits rather than thinking of it as the little brother of the 16. A price of $70 for a good malt is not bad.
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