The Tobermory Fish Co
The Tobermory Fish Company is a small, Award winning, family run business proud of its hand produced fayre which includes the famous Tobermory Smoked Trout. We also have a local produce shop in the iconic fishing village of Tobermory.
Wonderful fish and shellfish come from the cool, clear waters around the Hebridean Island of Mull. So much so that in the 1780’s, the British Society for Encouraging Fisheries decided to build a port upon a beautiful natural harbour among these seas of abundant fish and shellfish. The name of the port was Tobermory.
The Tobermory Fish Company was founded in 1971 by Hugh and Marjorie Goldie. Hugh and Marjorie believed in a family business with a family of customers. This tradition is continued today by their daughter, Rosie and granddaughter Sally. For almost 50 years the Tobermory Fish Company has been producing foods of the very highest quality using traditional smoking techniques, precise family recipes and a careful curing process to infuse exact mixtures of herbs and spices. It is this attention to detail that imparts such unique, delicate flavours to the fish and shellfish. Do read our reviews on TripAdvisor.
Artisan Process. Cold smoked Tobermory Trout is prepared using a “carefully guarded” family recipe. A precise mixture of salt, herbs and spices followed by a long, light smoke impart the famous unique taste. Tobermory Trout is ready to eat.
We have a local produce shop open 6 days a week all year round selling a vast range of goods from Mull's wonderful larder.
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