But actually, for me it didn't have much more to offer than that. With even a bit disappointing short finish.
For me it's certainly not one of the best Ledaigs, but still a pleasant one to end a blind tasting session with.
Very farmy immediately, hay, earthy, peaty. Pretty some of all, and ashy. Full scent.
Sparkling, pungent, but after some time more smooth. Still a lot of hay and sweet smoke, the farmy character remains. Also some room for sweet notes now.
Pretty smooth, sweet smoke. A touch of bitterness, bitter ash. Actually not that very long.