A limited-edition Lagavulin single malt, released to celebrate the 2019 edition of Feis Ile, the annual festival celebrating the culture and whisky of Islay. The whisky matured for 19 years in sherry-treated American oak casks and was bottled in 2019 at a cask strength of 53.8%. The Lagavulin distillery on Islay was founded in 1816 by John Johnston. In 1825, John Johnston bought the adjacent Ardmore distillery (not to be confused with the Highland distillery of the same name). A couple of years later, the two distilleries merged to form the Lagavulin distillery we know today. The distillery became part of Distillers Company Limited in 1927, today known as Diageo. Only 6000 bottles of Lagavulin 19 Years Old Feis Ile 2019 have been released. This whisky comes in the original bag it was released in, although it got a bit crumpled.