Tobermory distillery

Tobermory distillery was established originally as Ledaig in 1798 on Mull. It's main malt whisky is used in the Scottish Leader and Black Bottle blends, though it is also sold as a single malt under the name Tobermory. The distillery also produces a small amount of peated whisky and this is marketed under the Ledaig brand.

The distillery produces 1,000,000ℓ of spirit per year and uses a traditional copper-domed cast iron mash tun. There are four Oregon Pine wash backs and four stills. No maturation is done at the distillery as the warehouses were sold off for conversion to housing in the 1980s. All maturation is done at the Deanston distillery on the mainland.