This marsala Cask Finish ledaig is due to be launched shortly and was something that really interested me from the initial arrivial of the sample.
Ledaig, or heavily peated Tobermory, is one of those really popular drams amongst whisky enthusiasts who know that it might have a dirty funk, but that it works so well with peat and sweet! This dram was tasted as part of a tweet tasting featuring drams from the Claxtons independant bottlers.
Part of the Whisky Shop Glenkeir Treasures Range
Ledaig is the name given to peated malt from the Tobermory Distillery on Mull.
Back in the early part of 2014 I stated that i wanted to review 100 The Scotch Malt Whisky Society expressions in 2014, and I thought recently that I wouldn't make it but this 96th post
Tasted as Part of the Big November List preview evening at Queen street this 42.16 what it says on the tin might not taste or smell like ronseal but it's a cracker.
This Scotch Malt Whisky Society 42.29 Marvellous maritime margaritas was tasted as part of the first Whisky Roundtable event.
I'm still playing catch up with hiskies i've bought or been given samples of over the last year and this is one of those as I bought a bottle of this earlier in the year, drank during the summer and o
I've had a bit of a Rollercoaster ride when it comes to whisky from Tobermory, including the Ledaig peated versions, with some i loved and some i hated, so i was quite aprehensive about this dram.
Tobermory a distillery i tend to enjoy more in it's heavily peated Ledaig form than it's unpeated form and one i've had some odd notes from in the past so interesting to check out some finished in a Fino Sherry cask (yeah I'm not good with Sherry) so this could go one of a number of ways.
It's been a little while since I tried any of the Lady of the Glen releases so it was great to be offered a sample of this Tobermory.
This Tobermory 21yr Manzanilla Finish was a dram I was a little terrified of before i sampled it, as i'm not usually keen on Sherry finishes and manzanilla sherry i really didn't like.
Occasionally there's a dram that you get offered as a whisky blogger that just utterly blows your mind and this was one of those occasions.
I've had this bottle of 6 year old Tobermory, distilled in 2006, from Douglas Laing for quite some time and been sipping on it for some time without realising I hadn't previously reviewed it so was time I got round to it.
Tonights review is of the Tobermory Batch 1 (That Boutique-y Whisky Company) and it was one that i didnt get on too well with.