Disappointing, right down the line. One of the weakest Ledaig, which I had so far in the glass. Immature, unbalanced. I have the feeling there was a really weak barrel trying "aufhübschen", which is not really succeeded.
Young, sour, metallic and smoky. He could not quite put off the youthful notes, which is noticeable despite the influence of the Pomerol barrel. The alcohol is always present and not perfectly integrated. After a while in the glass, the sweet-and-sour influences of Pomerol become stronger.
So what is that? Acts despite the almost 50% Vol. Somehow watery and reserved. The alcohol is perceptible as such, but the flavors are buried under a blanket. Again, slightly metallic and out of round, next to the dull smoke and slightly vinous notes with a little oak there is not much. Sounds worse on paper than it actually tastes, but that's not really convincing.
Rather short, even if the smoke naturally adheres to the palate. Sweet smoke, some spice, that was it.