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Tobermory Distillery is beautifully located on the Inner Hebridean Isle of Mull. It was founded in 1798 but became fully operational in 1823. Throughout the 20th Century the distillery experienced lengthy period of closures and several changes in ownership. Between 1972 and 1993 two of its three owners filled for bankruptcy and the production was very erratic. Burn Stewart Distillers who took over in 1993 keeps the distillery running at roughly 75% of its capacity producing about 750 000 liters of spirit per annum.
The ceramic decanter presented here is as elegant as it is mysterious. In our opinion it was filled in the 1980s and certainly contains the malt whisky from the Isle of Mull. What we are not able to verify if the content is a single malt whisky. According to late Michael Jackson, the most respectful whisky writer, it is very likely a vatted (blended by today’s standards) malt containing some Tobermory whiskies of up to 20 years old and proportions of younger whiskies from elsewhere.