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.

Distillery Bottling
10 Year Old
Chill Filtered


  • Body
  • Richness
  • Smoke
  • Sweetness


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

Ledaig 10 Year Old Reviews

33 Customer Reviews

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  • 5
    9 August

    Absolutely love the smokiness

  • 5
    11 February

    The best 10-year-old peated whisky around.

  • 5
    10 January

    Excellent, rich yet clear and balanced

  • 5
    25 November 2018

    I bought a bottle in Edinburgh last year and the licorice notes are the gamechanger. Can't get enough of the smoke and anise and overall balance. Delish!!!!

  • 5
    7 November 2018

    Somehow I’ve always overlooked this whisky and I don’t know why. Even though a lot of people compare this to Islay whisky, it really reminds me more of Talisker. It has a mineral, rocky and medicinal character. Mull is north of Islay and south of Skye. This whisky tastes like it fits in between the two. If you’re a peat lover like me and want to try something new, give this a shot.

  • 1
    25 July 2018

    The peat smell and taste was off putting to say the least. A combination of camphor and band-aids. After tasting, even the smell made me nauseated. Bunnahabhain is more my style.

  • 5
    12 May 2018

    Epic I always ha e a bottle, wonderful price point, tons of flavour, smooth, one of my favourites

  • 4
    11 May 2018

    A beauty from the Isle of Mull, incredibly smooth for a 10 year old, a citrus brine with classic smoke, well balanced. This is a fantastic dram for the price, un-chill filtered and 46.3% ABV, very well done. 4 stars for sure.

  • 5
    15 April 2018

    This is ONE fine whisky. One of my favs, easy.

  • 5
    1 April 2018

    A great tasting dram. Very tasty and smooth. Many more of these in my future!

  • 2
    4 January 2018

    It tastes very unusual, perhaps it's for the more experienced malt taster sorry for me i get a very clinical and a disinfectant taste as I say is it myself or is it normal. Mr Ward, Worcs

  • 5
    1 January 2018

    Depth and complexity that belies its price. A good friend who knows I like Ardbeg 10 yo bought me this for Xmas and I can't believe how good a drink it is. So good in fact I've just treated myself to a bottle of 18yo. If you like a good Islay malt then you have to try Ledaig 10 as this malt from Mull holds its own.

  • 4
    27 December 2017

    Trying this dram for the first time and time is what I taste. Mellow and smooth with just the right smoke. Got this for xmas with a tasting glass.

  • 5
    26 December 2017

    An excellent whiskey gem that I’m keeping secret from some of my malt buddies... my second bottle as good as the first AND at a good price.

  • 5
    23 November 2017

    Leading 10 year old is smooth with smokey peat and perfect for those special occasions.

  • 5
    27 October 2017

    I am not rich. Therefore, I am not a Scotch Whiskey pedant. Who am I to judge? I'll tell you who... A guy who just loves this Ledaig from Tobermory more than any I have tasted! Great whiskey at a good price!

  • 5
    22 August 2017

    Ledaig - a lucky discovery first time around, this bottle is just as good as the first !

  • 4
    4 June 2016

    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 2016

    "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 2016

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

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