What's the story? A tasty new Tobermory! Our fourth batch of this single malt from the Isle of Mull is 21 years old.
Tobermory distillery on the Isle of Mull produces two different malts, a regular upeated Tobermory and a peated version often known as Ledaig. If a whisky label simply states that the contents were "distilled at Tobermory" how can you be sure which you are getting? You can't! (Careful now. - Ed) This was one of the concerns whizzing round our brains when we redesigned our Tobermory label and what fell out was one of our favourite scenes from Alan Partridge transported to the appropriate Scottish isle complete with torches-attached-to-bicycle-wheel lights and a toilet-door-balanced-on-a-Black-&-Decker-Workmate table, the handle of which has a hard on hat. Except Pete off of Dante Fires has a cross over him. No Pete. Clearly, this was the most straightforward way to convey that this is an unpeated whisky. That much is entirely clear.