At Tobermory, they split whisky production between the Tobermory and Ledaig single malts. There’s the bright and colourful Tobermory. And there is Ledaig, which is robust, with sweet smoke and earthy notes.
This monologue whisky is something unique. Something unheard of. This in unpeated Ledaig. Now, hold on. How can a Ledaig be unpeated? Well, our guess is Tobermory spirit went into a cask that contained Ledaig. The whisky as an incredible, subtle peat on the palate. This is the first Ledaig release from Chapter 7. It’s a phenolic phenomenon. And it’s specular.