Tobermory Distillery has released a limited edition 20-year-old vintage single malt Scotch whisky – Ledaig 1996.

The single malt comes from some of the very first spirit distilled when peated malt production first began on the Isle of Mull in 1996.

Ledaig 1996 is said to carry an intense, smoky flavour thanks to the peat-dried malt barley used in its creation, which has been combined with peat-infused water from the distillery’s own private water source.

It has been aged in Spanish oloroso Sherry casks and is described as offering aromas of apple, mint and citrus, with flavours of peat, light Sherry and a spicy, salty, smoky finish.

Ledaig 1996 is bottled at 46% abv and carries an RRP of £120 per 700ml bottle.

The expression is available in the UK and across select international markets, as well as global travel retail.

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