About Tobermory Whisky Distillery
1 000 000 litres
Burn Stewart Distillers
Tobermory, Isle of Mull
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
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.