- Single Malt
- Distillery Bottling
- Stated Age
- 10 years old
- 46.3 % Vol.
- 50 ml
- New Label
- Added on
- 26 Jan 2014 2:06 pm by Hubertchen
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Whisky Reviews for Ledaig 10-year-old
11 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 81.84 points
- Isle of Mull can definitely stand on its own when it comes to lightly peated malt whisky. It reminds me a little Springbank 10, although it lacks the fruity complexity and depth.
Bonfire smoke, malt sugar and bread, honeyed lime juice, and then, yes… some manure!
Subdued smoke, grilled limes, caramelized oak, pickled melon, and more liquid sour dough. Good stuff!
Medium. Tar, oranges, and hints of rubber.
Very noticable peat, sour but not too maritime. Cured meat.
Hard to separate from the peat, but I sense some unripe apple.
Soft rubber and tar notes.
Starts off soft, sweet and a little bit weak. Then getting noticably stronger with dark chocolate. Peat is not as prominent as on the nose, but come across more like smoke and burnt rubber.
The smoke and rubber notes carry on into the finish and last about medium lenght. Slightly drying with a bit of spice at the end.
- Quite a good whisky from the Isle of Mull. I like it much better than the standard bottling of Tobermory. Unfortunately a bit too flat.
The superficial smoke is accompanied by orange aromas and traces of salt.
The nose is also repeated in taste. A pretty peppery first impression pairs with smoke and salt.
The finish is medium to long and quite dry, but well balanced.
- Surprisingly good! I did not expect anything, especially since it was only 10 years old - but it was fun!
Is still a bit angular and edgy.
Smoke, sweet, some apple / pear, fat bacon
Smoke, pepper, some oak, hardly sweet, maritime
Medium with pepper, maritim, a lot of salt.