Also worth considering is that price tag, for the reduced to £22 you do get a natural colour (no added caramel colour - e150), non-chillfiltered, and good drinking ABV of 46.3%. I should grab a bottle myself and revisit while the offer is on.
I say buy one (and let us know how it is), just incase you love the stuff, then you can grab another.
Willie JJ wrote:It's a funny one, but for that price I would buy it...
A bit of an odd one, indeed. If you like bread and butter pickles, it will work well for you. In some ways (but not TOO many), it reminds me a tad of Clynelish, which often has that mustardy flavour component lurking in the background. For me, the 10-year old Tobermory is more of an appetizer sort of dram.
As for the newer 10-year old Ledaig, I like it even more than the Tobermory... Lots of coastal and citrus flavours here.
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