Ledaig is a wonderfully distinguished single malt. Not only is it handcrafted in the Tobermory Distillery, the only distillery on the dramatic, colourful Isle of Mull, but it can claim to also be the sole peated malt from this famous 18th century shrine to quality.
The laying in ancient vaults for a full ten years, the superior oak wood casks, the dark, aromatic lochan water from high on the mountains and the malted barley – exclusively peat dried. Together they create a robust and vibrant lighthouse to quality that’s floral and smoky. Un-chillfiltered at 46.3% is a transformation which will delight whisky drinkers.
The specially selected glass proudly embraces the heritage of the Tobermory Distillery with its proud, bold, established date adorning the bottle. The bottle has been designed to sit as a family with the Tobermory 10 yo and 15 yo variants, providing an elegant look across the whole family. The bottle is presented in a quality gift carton.
Colour – Bright lemony gold.
Nose – Sweet briny smokiness with a distinctly island character that hints at mild antiseptic, creosote, wax polish, mint chocolate and floral seaside aromas.
Palate – Tantalisingly sweet yet medicinal flavours release sparks of spicy pepper with peaty smoke and vanilla malty creaminess.
Finish – Spicy white pepper and sweet vibrant liquorice and cloves with a lingering saltiness.