Back in the day , Tobermory was originally called Ledaig. After bankruptcy in 1975, Kirkleavington Property purchased Ledaig and established Tobermory distillers, re-opening the distillery as Tobermory in 1979. From then on the Ledaig name was only used to indicate peated whisky from the now renamed Tobermory. distillery.
N: Salty vegetal potato crisps, veg stock, pickled onions and onion boot polish - all with a soft yeastiness & oiliness.
T: Dryer than expected though also oily-vegetal with a lovely easy barley chew.
F: Smoked potato crisps with nougat.
C: Spot on. Very SMWS Bowmore of late.Scores a B[+]