Exploring the world of Single Malt Scotches

Ledaig 10

Ledaig 10-  Let’s assume that you would like to combine your love of surfing and single malts. I have just the solution and place.  Get your favorite board on the plane and head to the Isle of Mull off the western coast of Scotland where this distillery lies .   Sequentially, it’s probably better to surf first and then head to the bar for a wee nip of this wonderfully peated malt.  The seaside brininess and not so subtle smoke are the first things you will note in your glass .  The bracing cold waves you just left will give way to a swell of warmth and vanilla creaminess after your first dram disappears.  The palate is sweet and peppery at the same time and the peat smoke from the dried barley is ever-present.  The finish is quite brief like a fast breaking wave……. Both of your endeavors involve flowing liquid energy and the latter will add new meaning to hanging 10.  After your next set of waves, collect some drift wood and make a roaring beach fire , having this dude join your party makes it easy to go with the flow and rates a 7.5 .Ledaig 10LR

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One response

  1. Carrerajim

    Wow. I just purchased a bittle of Tobermory 10 yr. and i must say the isle of Mull is impressive. I wont be surfing but i’ll try this offering from the same distillery next.

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    June 8, 2015 at 3:56 pm

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