It's hard to say how these whiskies gain their distinctive salty edge and there are many different theories behind the how. Whether it's down to maturation on Scotland's rugged coast line, unique stills, the use of peat, or a little bit of magic; here at Whisky Galore, even though we can't explain the how, we can definitely vouch for the wonderfully unique taste.

Coastal - Whiskies from the coastal areas of Scotland that have a salty seaspray tang — Tobermory (Isle of Mull)

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Ledaig 'Gordon & MacPhail' Discovery 12 years old 43%

Ledaig 'Gordon & MacPhail' Discovery 12 years old 43%

Region: Highland

Strength: 43%

Volume: 700ml

$99.80

The peated whisky made at the Tobermory distillery is called Ledaig (pronounced le-chig) and this new whisky comes from the 'smoky' selection of the discovery series by Gordon & MacPhail. On first sniff, there is a rich plume of peat smoke, becoming tinged with a rubbery (burnt tires) notes and cured smoky meat. To taste there is a weighty, ...


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