The Tobermory distillery lies in a tranquil harbour overlooking the seaside town of its namesake. Established in 1798 by John Sinclair (originally under the name Ledaig), it is the only Whisky distillery on the idyllic Hebridean Isle of Mull, and is one of the oldest in all of Scotland.
Tobermory produces two distinct but equally alluring Single Malt whiskies. Tobermory is unpeated, sweet, gentle, fruity, and carries the gentle fragrance of the sea. Ledaig is a different beast altogether. Sweet and oily with a heavy reek of earthy smoke, this bold, punchy peat monster can go toe to toe with the finest peated whiskies from Islay.