Established in 1798, Tobermory [Toe-ber-mor-ee] distillery is situated on the beautiful Hebridean island of Mull and is one of the oldest licensed distilleries in Scotland. The Distillery produces two distinct Single Malt whiskies, the lightly peated Tobermory and the heavily peated Ledaig [Le-Chig], which is the name the distillery used to go by, meaning 'safe haven' in gaelic.
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Distillery website: www.tobermorymalt.com
Part of famed independent bottler Gordon & MacPhail's new 'Discovery' range, this peated whisky made at the Tobermory distillery is called Ledaig (pronounced le-chig). Nose: Peat smoke, burnt tires and...
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