This Ledaig 14 Year Old was distilled from peated malt at the Isle of Mull’s Tobermory distillery in 2005 and matured in a bourbon barrel before being bottled at cask strength in 2019. It brings a plethora of delicious aromas and flavours for you to explore and features a character from famous manga, The Devilman Saga on the label. Only 234 bottles of this one were produced so stocks are highly limited.
Ledaig 14 Year Old Devilman Saga, 2005
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