Ledaig Maltman, 1997 19 years, 48,4%, 0,7L, bourbon cask 800116, 302 bottles.
Tobermory distillery is situated on the Island of Mull in the village of Tobermory. The distillery, which was formerly known as Ledaig, was founded in 1798 and has changed hands several times, having undergone a number of periods of closure. The only distillery on Mull, it is currently owned by Burn Stewart Distillers, a subsidiary of Distell Group Ltd of South Africa. Its main product, Tobermory single malt, is used in the blends Scottish Leader and Black Bottle. The distillery also produces a smaller amount of peated whisky, which remains known under the former name, Ledaig.
Nose: Very interesting with citrus and sweet peat.
Taste: A drop of water opens up the dram and reveals some coconut and peach notes.
Finish: Lovely long warm with some more smoke and sweet peat.