LEDAIG SINGLE MALT Scotch Whisky is produced at the Tobermory Distillery, the only distillery on the picturesque Hebridean Isle of Mull. It name comes from the original name for the area, Ledaig (Led-chig), from the Gaelic, meaning ‘safe haven’. Read More »
A 1996 vintage Ledaig from independent bottlers Gordon & Macphail as part of their Connoisseurs Choice range, bottled in 2013. Ledaig is the name for peated whisky produced at Tobermory on the Isle of Mull.
A big and punchy peat monster from Ledaig, bottled by The Whisky Exchange and released at The Whisky Show 2013 with a striking retro look. One of the hits of the Show Bottlings stand, with a fantastic combination of peat and sherry that's packed with flavour beyond its years.
A 1974 vintage official bottling of Ledaig. Whereas Ledaig is the name for the peated malt produced at Tobermorey on the Isle of Mull, from 1972 until 1975 the distillery was renamed Ledaig for a short time. Therefore we can't be sure whether this is peated or not.