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Tobermory ( Official) - Ledaig - 10 y.o. - 43%
1E: 69/100


Tobermory Ledaig

Bottler:
Official
Age:
10 years
Alcohol:
43%
Bottle details:
average
69/100
(69,00)
price class:

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Colour: Bright white wine, Riesling, beautiful
Nose: Strong peat with some strange stingy vinegar acid added which you can also call grated lemon peel. A quite unbalanced unpleasant nose. Any softer malty notes are displaced by this first impression, which leaves no room for any complexity.
Palate: Leather appears, comfortable old armchairs. The vinegar steps back in favour of more maltiness. The whole whisky is gaining more complexity and more with water added, but even then the vinegar is detectable.
Finish: The armchair and the bit of complexity vanishes, the peat is leaving soft traces on the tongue. All this soon over....
Conclusion: A dram that leaves me helpless: If the ingredients were more balanced, it could be a good whisky comparable with Jura or Pulteney, perhaps some more year! s in the cask could do.
69/1002009

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