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Whisky Reviews for Ledaig 2004 LMDW
27 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 88.35 points
- Very dirty, farmer, big peat. Lemon too. This mouth beats! Dirty at wish. With a little water, chocolate comes on the scene, rounder, less nagging, in short more balanced. A note of sulfur. Imposing peat from end to end. Enthusiasm 4/5 Whisky n ° 1420 (Tasted blind)
- Very good!
You need to add a drop of water in Glenkeirn.
Color: chevir ... black tea
Nose: sea pebbles in the sun, pear chips when smoked, smoked mackerel
Taste: Himalayan salt, chili pepper, jamon, sherry (lots of sherry), sweet Bubaleh)))
Finish: eternal, water is not washed away, you need to brush your teeth ...
Total: wonderful Molt, but the fortress bulges out ...
- if i had to describe this whisky in 3 words dry , dirty ,strong
the strength of 60.4 is way to much for this whisky
such a dirty and dry sherry profile
i'm a big fan of extreem sulfur sherry bombs but this is
not my cup of tea
color : old oak
a very dirty sherry nose peated and lots of sulfur ,charcoal , burning oak ,cherry, cranberry dark chocolate and roasted coffee beans
with water the flavour is more complex , raisins , blood orange ,black currant
damn very overwhelming alcohol strength, dry but mouth coating peatiness ,oak , sulfur ,cranberries ,coffee beans and ash
medium finish very dry and dirty sherry flavour , peated , sulfur ,oak ,cigars ,ash
- On the nose: nut wine, tobacco, red berries, smoke with a hint of sulfur and stable notes of stable and leather. a little meat broth and umami.
In the mouth: dirty. Smoke and cold ashes, sulfur, dry sherry, nuts, raisins, a little boiled sugar, leather and that stable note.