- Ledaig (Tobermory) 17 Year Old 1993 Connoisseurs Choice
Matured in refill sherry butts. Subtle, sweet and smooth Island single malt.
Nose: Initially aromatic, with a salty sea air aroma. A Sweetness follows - bees wax. A very slight trace of smoke is also present. Palate: Very warming, with a creamy texture. A dark chocolate and fudge note brings sweetness, which is followed by fruitiness - cooked pears.
Ledaig (Tobermory) Distillery
Ledaig Single Malt Whiskey
Tobermory Distillery was established by John Sinclair in 1798 and is situated in the harbour town of Tobemory on the Isle of Mull off the west coast of Scotland. Equipped with four stills fitted with unusually twisted lyne arms to create a light and fruity Tobermory malt spirit. The distillery produces an unpeated single malt whiskey called Tobermory and a peated single malt whiskey called Ledaig. In addition to the core range which includes the Lediag 18 Year Old some excellent young aged Ledaig is available from independent bottlers including Signatory.