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Traditional products of the Isle of Mull

Mull and its surrounding islands offer an extensive selection of natural home grown, harvested and cooked produce. With its rich farmland, lochs and coastal waters visitors to the Isle of Mull Hotel & Spa will have the opportunity to sample some of the very best the island has to offer.

Tobermory Distillery

While on the island you will have the opportunity to sample some of the finest Scotch Whisky. Located in the town of its namesake, Tobermory Distillery is one of the oldest commercial distillery’s in Scotland. Tobermory Distillery stays true to the essence of fine whisky making and does everything traditionally – by hand. Tobermory Whisky produces two very distinctly different malt whiskies – the lightly peated Tobermory and the more robustly peated Ledaig. Enjoy a relaxing end to the day on the Isle of Mull Hotel & Spa’s patio with a glass of either Tobermory or Ledaig, available from the hotel’s main bar. Tours are also available of the distillery.


Isle of Mull Cheese
Winners of BBC’s Food and Farming Award, Best Scottish Cheese Award and taking Gold at the World Cheese Awards the Isle of Mull Cheese Farm is an excellent opportunity to sample some of the islands best produce. The farm is owned and run by Chris and Jeff Read, who work off the simple philosophy of focussing on quality and not profit. The Isle of Mull Cheese farm is located just outside Tobermory, and visitors are welcome to come and see the cheese being made organically. 

Fish Farms
The island also has a number of Local fish farms and fisheries which harvest some of the finest mussels and oysters and catch fresh mackerel, skate, turbot and salmon in good sized hauls on a regular basis. Indeed the seafood is so fresh on the island that it can be cooked and ready to enjoy on your plate in a matter of hours after being caught.

Farmland
There are a number of organic farms located on the Isle of Mull producing organic vegetables and soft fruits when in season. As well as organics fruits and vegetables the island also boasts a wide selection of farmed livestock. Animals are fed on lush, her-filled grass and are prepared at the islands own abattoir to ensure maximum freshness. One of the islands most prolific organic farms is the Ardlanish Organic Farm and Weavers who rear native Hebridean Sheep and Black Highland Cows (Kyloes). The sheeps wool is used to make beautifully intricate woollen designs and visitors are welcome to explore the farm land.

With such an abundance of natural wildlife and rich fertile ground it is only natural that the Isle of Mull is one of the top producers of high quality, fresh produce. At the Isle of Mull Hotel & Spa you can be sure that you’re dining on some of the best produce that Scotland has to offer.

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