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Dà Mhìle (pronounced da-vee-lay) is Gaelic for two thousand and the name of this farmhouse distillery in West Wales relates to the millennium and one of its founders. In 1992, John Savage-Onstwedder an organic farmer, commissioned Springbank Distillery in Campbeltown, Scotland to produce a whisky from 11 tonnes of his organic barley to commemorate the then eagerly anticipated millennium celebrations. Springbank made 15 hogsheads of the now collectable Da Mhile 1992 whisky.
In 2010, John applied for and was granted a distiller’s licence for his 350 litre copper pot-still and first Minister of Wales, Carwyn Jones opened the Dà Mhìle Distillery in 2012.