This is an old selection from Ledaig (Tobermory) that was also the first ever r/scotch single cask selection. It is from Ledaig, which is peated distillate from the Tobermory distillery in Scotland. It was matured in a sherry cask, bottled at cask strength and is the final bottle from the lot.
Sweet, bready, sticky toffee. Salt, minerals, sweet fruitiness, rich sherry and cocoa.
Medium mouth feel, no heat. Sweet cream, super thick cherry syrup. Sherry fruits. Peat swoops in, it is a nice ashy, woody peat with a pretty significant smolder. Lots of pepper, tobacco, stone fruits.
Long, smoldering ash and wood smoke. Like breathing out a campfire. Sweet caramel abounds, as does rich stewed fruits.
This is maddeningly delicious, and I wish I was around when this bottle first came to fruition around these parts.