Situated on the isle of Mull, the Tobermory distillery was founded in 1798. It produces two single malts: one made from unpeated barley (Tobermory), the other one featuring remarkable peaty notes (Ledaig). To elaborate the second one, the distillery gets its barley from the Port Ellen malting plant. Particularly generous, this version delivers, one after the other and without any restraint, all the ingredients which will shape its personality.
Nose: White mint, soot, lemon, camphor, lily.
Palate: Slate, pear, acacia, tiger balm, smoke.
Finish: Bacon, saline, wildflowers, black fruits.