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Tobermory was originally founded in 1798 by John Sinclair, under the name Ledaig (pronounced ‘led-chigg’), hence the recently released Ledaig range. Closing in 1837 and reopening in 1878, the distillery was acquired in 1890 by John Hopkins and Company. Today, Tobermory is the only distillery on the Isle of Mull. The distillery has quite a small annual capacity of just one million litres and runs at but three quarters of this. In 1930, the distillery closed and was used as a power plant. It was not the only time Tobermory had been used for purposes other than whisky distillation; in 1982 the buildings were leased to a dairy company who used them for storing cheese.

Tobermory is currently under Burn Stewart ownership following the acquisition of both the distillery and a good stock of whisky for £800,000. The malted barley is shipped from the Port Ellen maltings at the South-East of Islay, also home to a more recent experiment whereby some casks are sent for maturation on the island, these are bottled as Ledaig. There is now just one official bottling in production; a ten year-old. There have also been independent bottlings and although popularity has been weaning, under the management of Alan McConnochie of Bunnahabhain fame, there is expected to be a resurgence.

Tobermory Whisky Distillery

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About Tobermory Whisky Distillery

Distillery Number

01688 302647

Distillery Capacity

1 000 000 litres

Distillery Founded


Distillery Status


Distillery Owner

Burn Stewart Distillers

Distillery Address

Tobermory, Isle of Mull

Distillery Website


John Sinclair founds the distillery named Ledaig Distillery.


The distillery closes.


The distillery reopens.


John Hopkins & Company buys the distillery.


Distillers Company Limited (DCL) takes over John Hopkins & Company.


The distillery closes and is used as both


A shipping company in Liverpool and the sherrymaker Domecq buy the buildings and embark on refurbishment. When work is completed it is named Ledaig Distillery Ltd.


Ledaig Distillery Ltd files for bankruptcy and the distillery closes again.


The estate agent Kirkleavington Property Company of Cleckheaton buys the distillery, forms a new company, Tobermory Distillers Ltd and starts production.


No production. Some of the buildings are converted into flats and some are rented to


Production resumes.


Burn Stewart Distillers buys Tobermory for £600,000 and pays an additional £200,000 for the whisky supply.


Trinidad-based venture capitalists CL Financial buys Burn Stewart Distillers for £50m.


A 32 year old from 1972 is launched.


A Ledaig 10 year old is released.


A limited edition Tobermory 15 year old is released.

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An independent bottling of Ledaig single malt Scotch whisky, matured in a single hogshead cask from October 1997 to November 2014. Ledaig is the name used by the Tobermory distillery for their peated...  More info
Distilled in 1990, matured in refill sherry hogsheads before bottling in 2006 by Gordon and MacPhail. Ledaig is the name given to peaty releases from the Tobermory distillery on the Isle of Mull.  More info
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A 1993 vintage Ledaig finished for 40 months in Saint-Joseph wine casks as part of a 19 year maturation period and bottled as part of the Private Collection from Gordon & MacPhail.  More info
Aged in remade refill hogsheads and distilled at the Tobermory distillery in 1994, this is a peated "Ledaig" described by bottlers Gordon and MacPhail as having a "subtle, sweet and smooth" style.  More info
Hang on, what's this? It's says this whisky is from the Ledaig Distillery on this bottle produced by Gordon and MacPhail! But that's made at the Tobermory distillery, Ledaig is just the name they use...  More info
Made at the Tobermory distillery in March 1993 and bottled by Hunter Lang, this single cask release of 20 year old Ledaig has an outturn of 162 bottles.  More info
21 year old Ledaig single malt Scotch whisky, independently bottled by WM Cadenhead. Ledaig is of course the name that Tobermory use for their peated whisky, so expect a hearty helping of peat smoke...  More info
This is a very rare single malt from our Lost Bottlings Series - a range of whiskies bottled many years ago, offering whisky lovers the chance to try spirit from a bygone era. This is a Ledaig - a...  More info
Ledaig 32 Year Old 1972
(70cl, 48.50%)
A cask strength single malt from the Tobermory distillery, distilled in 1972 and finished in Oloroso Sherry butts. Ledaig is the name for peated whisky from the distillery on Mull, the name is...  More info
This was distilled from peated malt at the Tobermory distillery in Mull. It was aged in a sherry cask and taken to Bruichladdich were it was bottled in 2011. There are 1,500 bottles of this stuff...  More info
An autumn distillation, this Ledaig may only be 7 years old but these peated malt whiskies produced in Tobermory are excellent at these younger ages. Part of Douglas Laing's Provenance range, this...  More info
A cracking 7 year old from Carn Mor, taken from 2 casks as part of their Strictly Limited range. Ledaig always shows well at a young age (IMHO(tep is invisible)).  More info
A Coopers Choice bottling of Ledaig single malt Scotch whisky, which was matured for 8 years in a single hoggie. Ledaig is the name used for peated whisky coming from the Tobermory distillery on the...  More info
Bottled by Langside Distillers for the Hepburn's Choice range, this 8 year old Ledaig single malt Scotch whisky is made at the Tobermory distillery. Ledaig is the name they use for their peated...  More info
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From Douglas Laing's Provenance range comes a single cask Ledaig single malt Scotch whisky, bottled at 9 years old. It slumbered in refill hogshead #10698 from autumn 2005 to spring 2015, before being...  More info
Ledaig Sherry Finish
(70cl, 42%)
Peaty releases from the Tobermory distillery are bottled under the name Ledaig (pronounced Led-chig). Ledaig is Gaelic for 'safe haven'. This was finished in sherry casks.  More info
Ledaig Single Malt
(70cl, 42%)
A light hued single malt from the Tobermory distillery on Mull. Ledaig represents peated single malt from the distillery.  More info
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This is the very first batch of Tobermory single malt whisky from That Boutique-y Whisky Company. It's a stunning cask-strength dram with a wonderful cult graphic-novel-style label inspired by the...  More info
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Goodness gracious! What on Earth has happened here?!? This is worse than that time we went for a nap in the Temple of Time! The boat... the flag... the balloon... the duck(!)... Where has all the fun...  More info
An old and rare edition of Tobermory 10 year old, before they changed the abv. This is a salty, malty and honeyed little whisky - great stuff!  More info
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A release of 677 bottles of Tobermory matured in sherry butt number 5993. This was distilled in February 1996 and bottled in March of 2010 by Douglas Laing.  More info
Tobermory 15 Year Old
(70cl, 46.30%)
A 15 year old from the Tobermory distillery on the Isle of Mull, this was matured in Gonzalez Byass Oloroso sherry casks.  More info
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A bourbon cask aged Tobermory, this was distilled on the Isle of Mull in 1994 and aged for 15 years before bottling at Bruichladdich in 2009 for Murray McDavid. A release of 1,100 bottles.  More info
A 15 year old Tobermory, bottled for the Old Malt Cask range at Douglas Laing's preferred drinking strength of 50%.  More info
This is a fifteen year old bottling of Isle of Mull distillers' Tobermory single malt whisky from Douglas Laing's Old Malt Cask range.

The Old Malt Cask range began as a release of fifty bottlings...  More info
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