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Ledaig 10 Years 70cl 46.3%vol. is a Scottish malt whisky made in the Tobermory distillery on the island of Mull. Ledaig is the original Gaelic name of the distillery and now Tobermory uses it for the line of smoked whiskies it makes. The water from the distillery's own lake and the barley malted with peat rest for ten years to create a floral, smoky whisky.
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Ledaig 10 Years 70cl 46.3%vol. is a Scottish malt whisky made at the Tobermory distillery on the island of Mull. Ledaig is the original Gaelic name of the distillery and now Tobermory uses it for its line of smoked whiskies. The water from the distillery's own lake and the barley malted with peat rests for ten years to create a floral and smoky whisky.
The single malt Ledaig is produced in the Tobermory distillery, the only distillery on the island of Mull, the name comes from Gaelic which translated means 'Safe Haven'.
Unlike Tobermory, Ledaig is distilled from barley malted with peat, the peat is used to dry the malt in the oven, the fumes are absorbed by the barley, keeping the notes assimilated during the rest of the distillation process. Giving the final product the characteristic smoky and peaty notes.
Region: Island, Mull.
Style: Single Malt.
Breeding: Naturally coloured, whiskies have aged exclusively in ex-bourbon barrels for a minimum of ten years. The water used to make the whisky, from a lake owned by the distillery, rests on peat. The malt has been dried using peat, which gives the whisky its smoky character.
Nose: Balanced and light, with notes of peat and smoke, barley, malt extract, nuts such as walnuts, iodized and pine needles.
Mouth: Medium-bodied and complex, with notes of toasted oak, smoked and spices.
Final: Medium travel, with spicy oak and toasted.
The Tobermory distillery presents us with this Ledaig 10 Años, a medium-bodied Islay-style whisky that stands out for its peat and toasted oak notes.
Gold Medal in the Islands Single Malt category 12 Years old and under.
Gold Medal, Mejor Island Single Malt.
The Scotch Whisky Masters (The Spirits Business) 2015
Bronze medal in the category Best Island Single Malt.
Gold medal in the category Highlands and Islands up to 12 years.
Doble Gold Medal.