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This review is of the non-chill filtered version. Its nose is a bit smokey with a hint of the palette. Mild peat, brine, and a whiff of smoke. Walnuts, apricots, olive oil.
The palate is a lot like Longrow CV but not nearly as rich and deep. There are notes of spice and smoke swelling up through burnt oak. A predominant taste of tequila pervades the palette. The peat in evidence is non-robust and a little "off." Finish is of medium-length and slightly smoky with spice.
If you can buy the Longrow CV, get that instead. The Ledaig 10 is not rubbery like the older filtered version. It's almost good to me, but not quite. It does not have my "seal of approval."