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Tobermory Distillery

Distillery Region:

Islands

Established in:

1798

Water Source:

A loch by the Mishnish Lochs

History:

1798 Founded by John Sinclair 1823 Distillery fully established 1890 John Hopkins & Co 1916 Acquired by DCL 1930 Closed 1972 Re-opened under name of Ledaig Distillery (Tobermory) Ltd 1975 Receivers called in 1978 Purchased by Kirkleavington Property Co (Yorkshire) 1989/90 Revived 1993 Purchased by Burn Stewart

Additional Information:

Only distillery in Mull. Some bottlings in the past have been called Ledaig. Tobermory is now only made with unpeated malted barley and Ledaig will be available in small quantities made with peated barley. The whisky produced here is aged at Burn Stewart's Deanston Distillery in the Highlands.

Active:

This is an active distillery.

Bottlings Associated with the Tobermory Scotch Whisky Distillery

There are no bottlings currently listed under the Tobermory scotch whisky distillery

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