Tobermory

Established in 1798, Tobermory Distillery (initially known as Ledaig Distillery), is the only distillery on the Isle of Mull and is one of the oldest commercial distilleries in Scotland. It is unique, not just because of its idyllic location, but because it produces two different, but equally alluring, single malts: the robust, smoky Ledaig and the fruity, unpeated Tobermory.

Tobermory Distillery uses unusually shaped stills that have both boil bulbs and steeply inclined s-shaped lyne arms (the pipe that runs from the still to the condenser), which lead to more refined notes in the finished spirit. The use of these unique stills, access to some of the purest water in the world and the selection of specific casks for ageing make the distinctive and noteworthy Scotch whiskies for which Tobermory is known.

10 Year Old

Although technically unpeated, the slight peat content of the water source at Tobermory Distillery lends a unique character to the Tobermory 10 Year Old, which is smooth with notes of fruit and spice. It's aged in ex-Bourbon casks, and displays aromas and flavors of gingerbread, spiced oak, bitter chocolate and almonds.

15 Year Old

This limited edition malt has been perfected using a dual-location maturation process. For its final year of ageing, it rests in hand-selected Gonzalez Byass Oloroso Sherry butts. The result is a rich and layered Scotch with aromas of toffee, fig and orange marmalade, and complex flavors of fruitcake, milk chocolate and a distinct nuttiness.

 

42 Year Old

This is the rarest and oldest single malt Scotch whisky produced at Tobermory Distillery. It's intense and layered with richly complex aromas of roasted chestnuts, stewed prunes, tobacco, Sherry and licorice. Its perfumed nose gives way to vivid flavors of coffee, bitter dark chocolate, cherry liqueur, powerful oak and spicy dried black fruits.