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Whisky Reviews for Ledaig 2007 TWM BYOB-C | Lads of Lobland
12 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 85.29 points
- Review by Ruben | whiskynotesNose: right on the money, which means lots of peat and soot to start, then some tapenade and medicinal notes like iodine and eucalyptus. Lime. Brine. Malty / bready notes. Light hints of vanilla in the background. Mouth: lemony peat, saltwater, gherkins, olives. Cracked pepper and plenty of aniseed. Mentholated freshness. Very clean if not for the slight rubbery edge. Finish: long, on tar, dark liquorice, bitter grapefruit and mineral notes.
As expected: straightforward peat, brine, peat, brine. Nothing wrong with that, especially when it’s as pure as this one. Sold for around € 80, I’m not sure if it’s still available.
- Thanks for the sample, Dominic!
- Very standard in the young Ledaig profile. Strong young, strong malt, strong peat. He looks very much like other young Ledaig. For fans of big peat (and Ledaig).
Strong farm peat, characteristic of Ledaig. Behind this barn peat, malt and vanilla elbows.
The big fat peat occupies the place. It is flanked by tangy lemon, bitter pepper, and salty but also vanilla popcorn.
The astringent apple is revealed, the farmyard smoke lingers, and the spicy spices remain.