It has a first nose on burnt wood, on an earthy peat. A barbecue smoke is essential thereafter. It is more complex than the Amontillado Finish presented yesterday. I finally perceive some notes of leather and cardboard.
The palate is fat, sublime. On spicy (vanilla, cinnamon) and caramelized notes. I find yogurt cake and nice notes of apple over the tasting. Before swallowing, I pick up some dried fruit.
The finish is of a good length, as magnificent as the mouth, where aromas of wood, dried fruits and coconut follow one another.
This Ledaig with an amber color with golden reflections is another wonderful single malt. I couldn't have asked for a better entry point for this review series.