Ledaig - 4 Year Old - Island Malt Whisky 70cl Bottle

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Ledaig - 4 Year Old
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70cl Bottle
£20.45
Available 17th Feb 2015
 

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Ledaig Single Malt Scotch Whisky is produced at the Tobermory Distillery, which is the only distillery on the picturesque Hebridean Isle of Mull.

Thus, of all the world-famous whisky distilling regions of Scotland ( Speyside, Highland, Islay, the various Islands, Lowland, Campbeltown) only Tobermory and Ledaig represent an opportunity to experience Malt Whisky from this particular region.

Ledaig, unlike Tobermory, is distilled from heavily peated malted barley. During the malting process, burning peat is used to dry the barley in a kiln. The reek from the burning peat is absorbed by the barley through the husk of the grain, and the reek remains through the mashing, fermentation and distillation processes, eventually leading to a superior single malt with a highly distinctive peaty, smoky taste.

That malt is Ledaig, a superb, intricate Island Malt Scotch Whisky.



Category(s):     Single Malt Whisky

Producer: Ledaig   -   www.burnstewartdistillers.com/ledaig.htm
ABV:   42%
Age:   4 Year Old
Brand:   Ledaig
Country of Origin:   Scotland
Distillery:   Ledaig
Region:   Island

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Producer Information

The distillery was in the past known as Ledaig, changing its name to Tobermory Distillery in the 1970s. The Distillery occupies the ground beside the Ledaig burn on the foreshore of the picturesque 18th century harbour of Tobermory.
Tobermory Distillery has enjoyed mixed fortunes since it was first established in 1823. It has been closed several times, most recently in the 1980s. Having reopened in 1989, Tobermory is now back in production.

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