Signatory Vintage Scotch Whisky was established in 1988 by Andrew Symington, who had previously managed the prestigious Prestonfield House Hotel in Edinburgh. In 2002 the firm acquired Edradour distillery from Pernod Ricard, and subsequently moved all of its operations north to the picturesque Perthshire location.
Ledaig Distillery is the name given to 'peated' malt running from the Tobermory stills on the island of Mull in the inner hebrides.
This single malt whisky was distilled in 2007 at the Tobermory (Ledaig) distillery before being placed in single refill sherry butt and left to mature for 12 years. In 2020 it was bottled at 59.8% abv as part of the Signatory Vintage Cask Strength Collection. Only 604 bottles were produced in this small out-turn.
Expect a smoky and coastal influence, with notes of espresso coffee, summer verries and creamy milk chocolate.
700ml. 59.8% ABV.