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Ledaig Single Malt

(70cl, 42%)

Ledaig Single Malt

Ledaig Single Malt Bottling Note

A light hued single malt from the Tobermory distillery on Mull. Ledaig represents peated single malt from the distillery.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Quite light and well-balanced. There is a certain freshness, pertained from notes of cut hay and straw, barley sugars and herbs, notes of cereals and melted salty butter on granary toast.

Palate: Medium-bodied with a richness. There are notes of gentle wood smoke and barley sugars, a farmy note with hints of hay and a roots with a touch of cereal sweetness and caramel.

Finish: Long and slightly herbal.

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Ledaig Single Malt Reviews

Did anyone else get notes of feces? serious question

quite enjoying this whisky, however the other night I was drinking this and I thought I could smell the bathroom from ye olde sleeping quarters, I tried investigating, smelling everything in my room, from the floor, to the bed itself, all the way to my drawers, then it hit me, I was holding my glass, under my nose, took a big, deep, sniff... and realised I was on the toilet and wasn't drinking whisky. All in all 10/10 would drink on the bog

2nd January 2017


Superb, classic whisky, with a lovely balance of crispness, cleanness and muscle, ever so slightly saline. Peat just as it should be, not too huge, not too little, unlike some of the Pamela Anderson whiskies out there on the market. I was interested by some of the negative reviews, which really tell you nothing worth knowing about this whisky, other than the fact that people's impressions of taste and quality are hugely influenced by colour (presumably having never seen the stuff as it comes out of a cask), branding, and price. One negative reviewer mentions adding ginger ale, which says it all. Don't be fooled by the price; this is a superb whisky, and an absolute bargain.

29th March 2016

Mr Chistopher Dunnage

An excellent and enjoyable whisky

26th February 2016


Very drinkable, and a great price!

20th February 2016


I thought this tasted a bit rough...wouldn't buy another

17th January 2016


un whisky parfait pour l'aperitif

20th December 2015

My first ever single malt

Bought this last Christmas as my opening delve into the wonderful world of malt whisky. very pleasant single malt whisky, I've had better since (Glenlivet 15, Glenmorangie etc) but there isn't much wrong with this for the price. I would go back.

22nd March 2015

lovely young malt

best for quality/price comparison on the market. why do people relate the light colour to lack of age when in reality it just means that it has no added caramel to make it look nice, and the slight mistiness when a touch of water is added just means that it is not chill filtered so hurrah for that. ignorance is bliss eh !!!

17th February 2015

Whisky lover

So sorry to read some of the negative comments re this whisky.
I feel it lives up to the distillers description and you expect Islay whisky to be peaty in taste.
Excellent value for money.

Just a thought are they true whisky drinkers and are they adding a touch of spring water to release the bouquet and taste as is recommended by the experts?

14th February 2015

Like Lavagulin, but a lot cheaper.

If you taste them clean, you can tell that this is rawer and less complex than Lavagulin, like a brash young cousin to a suave man about town. But after a couple of glasses you really cannot tell the difference - this is a big, unsubtle, flavoursome single malt for a budget price, and the best whisky you can buy for less than £20.

24th January 2015

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