Ledaig 12 Year Old - Discovery (Gordon & MacPhail) Whisky 70cl

Scotch Whisky • 70cl • 43%
Product details
Ledaig 12 Year Old - Discovery (Gordon & MacPhail)
Country Scotch Whisky
Region Island Whisky
Distillery/Brand Tobermory
Bottler Gordon & MacPhail
Style Single Malt Whisky

Ledaig 12yo Discovery

Peated single malt from the isle of Mull's Tobermory distillery, released under the Ledaig name and bottled by Gordon & MacPhail. This 12 year old whisky was bottled for the Discovery range (which categorises whisky into three flavour profiles - 'Sherried' 'Smoky' and 'Bourbon') at 43% ABV.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose Grassy peat and seaweed, with green apple sweeties in the background.

Palate Peppery smoke mixed with burnt sugar and cloudy lemonade.

Finish Hints of cedar emerge from the smoke.

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Ledaig 12yo Discovery
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Reviews for Ledaig 12 Year Old - Discovery (Gordon & MacPhail)
Ok, but that's about it. No where near as good as ledaig 10. Definitely not worth the money.
daniel m , United Kingdom
6 months ago
Warming. Worth buying
Pepper and peat and apples
Master of Malt Customer
one year ago
Wouldn't buy again
A nice enough whisky, but not mind-blowing.
George O , New Zealand
3 years ago
Very sweet ‘n peppery smokiness
As a smokey peat lover I like it. Smoke, pepper and peat is very noticeable through the sweetness. Because it is so sweet I think this is a very nice introduction for starters getting into peated Islay Scotch.

4 stars because I paid less than €35 for a bottle.
Jeff van den B , Netherlands
4 years ago
It's not bad just different
This 1's smoky, peaty, chocolate & peppery as you'd expect but underneath its quite light with alot of sweetnes. It feels thin which gives me the impression the spirit is younger than the Ledaig 10, meh maybe it's just me bn more used to the 46%. Leaving it in the glass for an hr to breath doesn't seem to be as worth it as it is for the Lediag 10.

It's not bad just different, I prefer the Ledaig 10. It's slightly peatier & smokier & overall has a more balanced finish imo.

Just goes to show me that price should never be ahead of taste wen choosing my next Scotch.
Allan H , United Kingdom
5 years ago