Ledaig 10 Year Old

70cl / 46.3%
  • Island Single Malt Scotch Whisky
  • Distillery Bottling
Ledaig 10 Year Old
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Peaty whisky from Tobermory on the Isle of Mull, named after a previous incarnation of the distillery. Maritime and smoky, this rivals some of the Islay drams for power, and the 10 year old balances the intensity of youth with rounded, well-aged spirit.
Bottler
Distillery Bottling
Age
10 Year Old
Country
Scotland
Region
Island
Chill Filtered
No
Colouring
Yes

Style

  • Body
  • Richness
  • Smoke
  • Sweetness

Character

  • Lemon Lemon
  • Brine Brine
  • Oil Oil
  • Smoke Smoke

Ledaig 10 Year Old Reviews

16 Customer Reviews

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  • 4
    4 June

    Medium bodied. N-smoke, iodine, malt, porridge, vanilla P-salty, smokey, peppery and spicy, F-fairly long, peat smoke, chilli spicy, salty. Not quite Ardbeg 10 but a nice peated whisky.

  • 4
    16 May

    "Nose" (undiluted) Mildly antiseptic, loam, earthen, smokey and nicely peated. "Palate" (undiluted) Salty, fresh raw oysters, iodine, rich seawater, a ginger/sulphur sweetness lurks too, and is complimented by tart salt notes of sea foam. The loam and earthen notes of the nose come through on the palate too. Peat? Yes, of course. It is peated, but not over the top. This is not Laphroaig or Ardbeg. However, there is more intensity than say Bowmore 12. This shares a lot in common with Isle of Jura offerings. I can see where Black Bottle gets its magic. "Finish" (undiluted) Ginger and kippers transition into a cloud of black smoke rising up from a bunch of damp branches burning down on the beach on a cold winter's day. The length of the finish is truly impressive. It hangs forever!

  • 4
    10 March

    Powerfully Grand And I do enjoy the Islay Malts, so this one holds its own.

  • 5
    29 December 2015

    being a fan of the Tobermory 10yr old my daughter bought a bottle of this for me for christmas. This is superb and has a very smooth taste, loads of flavours to savour. These Tobermory whiskies really are excellent and are not coloured or chill filtered. My favorites.

  • 5
    23 November 2015

    Only ten years old? Very good, complex. Excellent vfm, punches well above its weight. Not too far off the Ardbeg Corryvrekan/Uegidal.

  • 3
    8 August 2015

    Nose: Peaty, iodine, medicinal, brine, kelp, malty, faint sherry, cacao, cinnamon, nutmeg Taste: peppery, burnt sugar, mellow muted sweetness Finish: licorice root, smoky peat, complex, fairly long finish Opens up nicely over time in the glass. The peat shifts a bit to the side after a time both on the nose and on the palate giving the other flavors a chance.

  • 5
    25 December 2014

    Fabulous peaty flavour , wonderful with crackers and cambert

  • Des 24 April 2013

    I have been an avid malt drinker for many , many years. Cutting to the chase I have never found anything that touches this for enjoyment and value. Yes it's got terrfic nose , yes its very drnkable etc etc, but you would have to go a long way to beat this for sheer enjoyment value.

  • Peter Piper 26 July 2012

    Just trying this dram for the first time and time is what I taste. Mellow and smooth with just the right smoke. Its 28 degrees in Nottingham but its cool in the bottle.

  • Christian 22 July 2012

    Easily my favourite whisky. Tim is right it does go down too easy. Wonderful.

  • Cobrito 24 May 2012

    Stunned by how good this is. Gives the Islay standards a run for their money. Distinctive blend of creasote peat, vanilla, and citrus fruit. Gutsy in that it's not for everyone, but sublime for those who like it.

  • eliza watson 14 April 2012

    great whisky, I loved it, it is quite possibly my favourite now

  • Stewie Ramone 28 January 2012

    Loving this. Nice peat flavors. A Step up from the none age statement bottle. Spending the extra years in the cask shows.

  • Paul 1 December 2011

    Very pleasant dram, not too peaty - a good thing for a Speyside drinker like me

  • Robert Rada (USA) 13 November 2011

    My god: the nose. Talk about a floral bouquet. Yes, the salt, brine and peat are there. Ignore that, and you have flowers like no other. Take an independent bourban only bottling of bowmore from 1991 and multiply times ten. Truly the most unique scotch I have ever had the pleasure to introduce myself to. By no means is this a high scoring whisky. Subjectively, quite possibly my favorite.

  • Toronto Tim 10 November 2011

    Lovely malt, well peated and spicy. Well drinkable, going down a bit too easy. Love it.