The majestic Isle of Mull holds a very special crown. For at the north east of the island is Tobermory, home to one of the oldest commercial distilleries in Scotland. Established in 1798, the distillery lies in a tranquil harbour in an area known as Ledaig, which means 'safe haven' in Gaelic. It is unique, not just because of its idyllic location, but because it produces two different, but equally alluring, single malts: the fruity, unpeated Tobermory and the more robust and smoky Ledaig. All the way from Spain they come: the casks in which this Ledaig 18 Year Old is finished. During its maturation, this whisky acquires wonderful aromas of sherry as well as smoky hints of peat.
Nose - Rich, waft's of peat-smoke, dried figs, dates, tobacco and sweet sherry oak.
Palate - Warm, full-bodied, complex, peat, seaweed, black pepper and sherry.
Finish - Powerful and enduring, delightfully sophisticated smoky sweet sherry.
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