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Ledaig 18 Year Old

(70cl, 46.3%)

Ledaig 18 Year Old

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Ledaig 18 Year Old Bottling Note

Ahh, Ledaig! A cracking single malt that proves Islay isn't the only place to get your hands on splendidly peaty whisky - the Tobermory distillers on the Isle of Mull also know their way around peated malt for sure. This is the 18 Year Old Ledaig single malt, which offers up hearty phenols, smoky herbs, cracked black pepper and balancing waves of Sherry-soaked fruit. Excellent stuff.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Honey, baked earth with a hint of mineraly smoke, very slightly chocolatey. Orange oil and tropical fruit juice in the background.

Palate: Grassy peat with sea breeze in tow, almond butter, lemon zest, biscuit dough, honeydew melon.

Finish: Toasted barley and salty liquorice.

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Ledaig 18 Year Old Reviews

Very nice

Complex peat with silky finish

4th June 2022

One of the best 18yr old whiskies there is

When you have been drinking whisky for a long time, it gets harder to find bottles that give you a special malt moment. This bottle however did just that. One of those whiskies where you think ‘wow that’s nice stuff’. A delicate balance of the peat with this sweet butterscotch note. It’s smooth and delicious. One of the best 18yr olds on the market without a doubt. There is one bad thing though… it’s so drinkable that the bottle goes down pretty damn quick. Guess I’ll have to purchase another!

11th April 2022

The daddy of peated sherried whisky.

one of the great malts of this age. Powerful with intriguing, 46% is perfection.

28th April 2021

A very pleasant whisky indeed.

I’ve always rather liked Ledaig whiskies from Tobermory and this one certainly doesn’t disappoint.
The smokiness is not overdone and combines well with a fruity, peppery and spicy taste.
One of my all time favourites.

8th March 2021

Very, very nice

Most extravagant purchase I've made in whisky but very happy and the bottle didn't last long. Caresses the neck, sends you to a quite, warm and calm place. Very, very nice.

12th December 2020


In a word: Braw!

2nd October 2020

Ledaig 18, Isle of Mull -

Nice and woodsy. Complex enough for an 18 year old.

13th July 2020

Campfire in a glass

Sweet, smoky, good finish. Not much to dislike about this beauty.

13th June 2020

Ledaig 18 sherry finish, (early) 2020 bottling:

SHERRY before peat, definitely. Soft light marzipan/ almonds. Dry walnut shells, dusty malt, dusty bourbon note. Leather. chamomile, dry peppermint / mint, cooling eucalyptus / camphor. Oak nuts, oak forest. Pine resin. Orange peels, dates, peach, apricot, lemon peels. Lemon grass. Soft minerality. Chestnuts. Ginger, nutmeg. Floral: daisies, cherry blossoms, lilies, rose petals. East Asian type cooking spices. SAFFRON. cloud berries, rhubarb and gooseberries. Fresh cut grass note. Hay. Nectarines, dried. Anise. Carrots, fresh out of the ground, crisply aromatic. HORSE RADISH. Cocoa powder. Touch of fresh banana peels (still on the fruit that is). Smoked herring. Black pepper. Pepper steak, bell peppers. Ferns, green shrubs, the pungent scents of early summer burgeoning verdure. Garlic bread sticks. Red and dry black licorice. Balsamic vinegar spices.
Cola cubes. Mixed barbecue spices. Hint of cardamon. White pepper. Curry rice.
With air and a drop of water, vanilla, white grapes.
- Rancio.

Aromatic sort of leather shoe store note, that soft elegant leather you find in an Ardbeg 10: New car smell. Peat and sherry equalize and balance each other out after some time.
Smoked meat peatiness as the bottle gets air. Smoked bacon.
Not fishy or particularly tarry; only mildly coastal.

- A noticeable but not overwhelming presence of sulphur, which some people have issues with. And it must be said, there's quite an in-your-face wet cardboard note. A drop of water and especially aeration mitigates this: with enough air a distinct tiger balm note half takes over, then also barbecue spice, salt & pepper potato chips.

It is clear that the Tobermory distillers have attempted to mask a somewhat rough spirit with sherry here, but it will, with a lot of patience, turn into a properly gratifying experience.

20th May 2020

Dream dram

Exceptional, especially at this price.
The nose hints at a oily, punchy dram such as Ardbeg Uigeadail but this 18 delivers so much more. A full, yet subtle and complex whisky with just the right amount of peatiness, enough to satisfy any peat lover.
A new favourite perhaps?

6th May 2020

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