On the nose I would have sworn Islay. On the palate I could have sworn a youngish Caol Ila, with the brine, campfire and olives profile. Ideal with Sushi. Not sure what "Ideal Strength" actually means.
It is okay. My review (https://keinehalbendrinks.de/2020/09/22/eine-beutel-voll-ledaig/ (german)) may sound worse than it actually is. You can drink it. Somewhere around the campfire after three beers, that's sure to be fun. Otherwise I don't need a second glass of it, tank you.
prefer it to the 2011/2020 Ch7 Islay. Ledaig is king of peat again. 7/10
great maturity at 10. oysters, electronics, crackers, lemon sherbet, a bit of sweetness from the cask. noses slightly more like the old regime of ledaig, with a touch of farminess.
very lively, punchy, but reduced to a good strength: freshly squeezed lemons, smoked lemons and salt, bit of peanut brittle, developing a slight pithy bitterness. goes long with lots of lemon oil, and wee hints of seafood.