Bright aromas of citrus and dried fruit are clear, while to taste they are complimented by caramel and vanilla and rich oak, with hints of peppery spice on the finish. There’s also a subtle, but noticeable smoke.
Ledaig Distillery was established in 1798 by John Sinclair, a local kelp merchant who applied for a lease of 57 acres of land on the area known as Ledaig in order to build housing and a distillery.
Tobermory is the Isle of Mull’s only whisky distillery and one of the oldest commercial distilleries in Scotland. There are plenty of landmarks on the island such as the Lochbuie Stone Circle, Mackinnon’s Cave, Loch Ba and the Sunken Galleon.