Tobermory

  • Tobermory distillery was founded in 1798 and is located on the Hebridean Isle of Mull, Scotland – in the village of Tobermory
  • The distillery was formerly known as Ledaig, which is the name of their peated whisky brand
  • Tobermory distillery has undergone a number of periods of closure
  • Owned by Burn Stewart Distillers, a subsidiary of Distell Group Limited who also own Bunnahabhain and Deanston distilleries
  • It is the only distillery on Mull Island
February 15, 2015
Compass Box Peat Monster review

Compass Box The Peat Monster blended malt review

Compass Box The Peat Monster is a vatted malt of Islay, Speyside and Isle of Mull, created by John Glaser from Compass Box. The Speyside malt comes from Ardmore distillery. Islay is represented by a village of Port Askaig and some south coast Islay too. Also with some peated malt from […]
October 20, 2014
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Tobermory 10 year old review

WHEN WE WERE KINGS – again Tobermory 10 year old single malt is a very energetic whisky, matured in ex-bourbon casks. It has a dry and fruity kick, which is nicely gentle and that’s why it fits very well to my mouth. I usually don’t like the very dry and fruity […]
August 6, 2014
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Ledaig 1996 Connoisseurs Choice review

Ledaig (peated Tobermory) 1996 Connoisseurs Choice by Gordon and MacPhail was bottled in 2013. Matured in refill remade Hogsheads, the young age does show, putting this dram more on the mediocre side. According to Ralfy, whisky from Tobermory distillery tend to need much aging. The new version of the 10 year […]
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