The history of the Lagavulin Distillery is steeped in illegal activity and courtroom battles. Although officially (and legally) dating back to 1816, illegal distilling on the site can be dated back nearly 80 years earlier to 1742. Based on the small Scottish island of Islay, John Jonston is credited as the founder of the first legal distillery on the site. With an abundance of peat on the island, Lagavulin’s water originates from the Solum Lochs and filters through this rich peat towards the distillery.
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