Ledaig 'Gordon & MacPhail' 2004 / 2017 46%
Ledaig is the name given to the heavily peated whisky made at the Tobermory distillery on the Isle of Mull, famous for its distinctively meaty and rubbery peat smoke character. Surprisingly sweet and fruity to start with vanilla and citrus, following a surge of harbour-side peat smoke. If you liked cured meat and smoky seafood, this whisky share...
Ledaig 'Gordon & MacPhail' 2004 / 2017 56.6%
The Tobermory distillery's peated style is named Ledaig, which in the Scots Gaelic is pronounced 'le-chig'. This bottling from Gordon & MacPhail was selected from 2 first-fill sherry Hogsheads, offering notes of apple, vanilla and citrus flavours to the lip-smacking smoky, salty and quite meaty flavours. Finishing with white pepper spice and...
Ledaig 'Gordon & MacPhail' Hermitage Wood Finish 2005 45%
Produced at Tobermory distillery on the Isle of Mull in 2005, this Ledaig - the heavily peated spirit of the distillery - has been finished in some of the most famous red wine casks in the world, from Hermitage in the Rhone Valley, France. The flavours in this whisky are a riot of of smoky notes - thick, sooty and rubbery black smoke, all joined...
Ledaig 'Old Particular' 2001 / 15 years old 48.4%
The Tobermory distilleries peated spirit, named Ledaig and pronounced 'le-chig', is famed for its pungent peat-smoked flavour. This 15 year old bottling from Douglas Laing was selected from a single refill Hogshead, and on the nose it is a perfect example of the style: spectacularly smoky, with peaty ash, soot, and cured bacon flavours mingled w...
Ledaig 'Signatory' 2010 / 6 years old 46% UCF
Ledaig is the name given to the peated style of whisky made at the Tobermory distillery on the Isle of Mull. This particular bottling was selected by Signatory Vintage from two first-fill ex-American oak barrels, and it has the distinctive qualities this distillery is known for - a very oily, dense and thick mouthfeel that carries a distinctive ...
Ledaig 10 years old 46.3%
The heavily peated whisky made at the Tobermory distillery on the Isle of Mull. Uniquely smoky aromas of burnt tires, rubber gumboots and pungent peat. The medicinal flavours are balanced with sweet barley, a hint of vanilla and liquorice. One of the most distinct and popular smoky whiskies we proudly sell.