At AD Rattray we go to great lengths to source interesting and unusual casks from the six traditional whisky regions of Scotland. Each distillery represented is different and every cask is unique. When we judge that a cask has reached the peak of perfection, we bottle it at its natural strength, color and with no chill-filtration. This retains the true essence of the spirit and cask interaction for your enjoyment.
Tobermory Distillery was originally founded in 1798 and at that time was called Ledaig. Being the only distillery on the island of Mull, it is located on the sheltered shore at the mouth of the fast-flowing Tobermory River. This is ideal for all its requirements – water, barley, fuel and the shipping of casks of whisky. Despite this it has had a checkered past spending almost as much time out of production as working, particularly up to 1990. Since Burn Stewart took over in 1993 Tobermory is known as an unpeated malt, and Ledaig as a heavily peated malt.
Spirit Type: Single Malt, Single Cask Scotch