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Tobermory is one of the oldest active distilleries in Scotland and is well known for producing two types of whisky. The first type is an unpeated varietal which is named after the distillery, while the other is a peated varietal which is named Ledaig.

Interestingly, both names have been used interchangeably throughout its history to refer to the distillery, although a decision was finally made to call it Tobermory and it has remained as such ever since.

The distillery has undergone several extended periods of closure as well as a succession of ownership changes, but is now under the control of South African spirits conglomerate, Distell (which also owns Bunnahabhain and Deanston distilleries).

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