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2004 LMDW La Maison du Whisky Artist #5 Ledaig 10 Year Old Cask Strength Single Malt Scotch Whisky (700ml)
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- ABV 60.7%
A LMDW world exclusive for the fifth release of the Artist series, this time from the little known Tobermory distillery (Ledaig is their heavily peated label). Distilled in 2004 and matured in a first fill Sherry butt (cask #900178) before bottling in 2015 at 60.7% Alc./Vol. and limited to just under 579 bottles. We have one only to sell.Notes from LMDW Nose : firm, powerful. The nose is especially mineral (slate, manganese) and equally medicinal (camphor) and peaty. Elegant and sophisticated peat reveals notes of candied apricot, smoke and charred wood. Later, spices (ginger, nutmeg) appear, giving it increased power Palate : lively, dynamic. The attack must first be tamed to combat its sharpness. Peat and apricot continue their successful partnership. The mid-palate is initially herbaceous (cut hay, sage), before becoming exotic (persimmon, guava). Gaining in intensity, the peat becomes increasingly oily, pairing itself with saline, smoky notes. It lingers with notes of citrus fruit (orange, tangerine). Overall : long, concentrated. Fresh fruit emerges: melon. Both fresh and firm, its juice spreads over the taste buds. The peat has become chalky, almost vanillalike (oak). Its velvety tannins recall the slate notes of the nose. The retro-nasal olfaction presents a beautiful fruit liqueur enhanced by notes of gingerbread and rosemary. The empty glass is peaty, earthy and marine (seaweed, smoked fish).