The peat profile remains interesting, and I would happily sip a glass of this on winter (okay, and also on autumn) nights, but for a higher score, it would have to boast a better body. It's too thin overall, which really puts a damper on things.
Very complex nose, but with the typical Kuhstallgeruch of Ledaig, through which one must first fight through. On the palate, I find almost everything again, which I've already imagined smelling. The finish is a bit too short, but quite pleasant.
Behind the smoke comes the cowshed, but also dark fruits, tobacco, leather, sherry, dark chocolate, malt, maggi, maple syrup, pepper, smoked ham
sweet, dried fruits, smoke, honey, ham, tobacco, pepper, malt, tannins