Tobermory Distillery


This bijou distillery was established in 1798. It doesn't always open on winter weekends; phone ahead to check or book. There are two whisky lines here: the standard Tobermory and the lightly peated Ledaig. The standard tour lets you taste one of them; for £10, you can try them both.

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