Tasting Notes（from WhiskyNotes）：
Nose: classic Ledaig sharpness at first. Brine, mercurochrome, lemon juice and sour apples. Hints of old leather and brass polish. The sherry made it slightly rounder, added a hint of gingerbread and a good deal of butterscotch, but it never overpowers. A complex history but the result is nice.
Mouth: aniseed and brine again, then smoked kippers. Earthy peat. After that the sherry comes in, with some chocolate and coffee notes, as well as light herbs. Also a slightly winey / greenish side before it returns to earthy smoke and rooty notes.
Finish: long, returning to the classic Ledaig profile now. Brine, wood spice, pine wood and deep smoke.
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