Callington Mill Distillery

A New Era Of
Tasmanian Whisky

Introducing the Leap of Faith Series

We are delighted to announce our Leap of Faith Series, bringing you a selection of 8 New Releases; a mixture of double
 and triple distilled Single Malt Whiskies.

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The Opportunity Of A Lifetime

Don't miss your chance to own a piece of Tasmanian Whisky History.
Be one of the first in the world to own a cask of Callington Mill Single Malt. 

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Callington Mill 

Our home, Callington Mill, lies in Tasmanian’s picturesque Heartlands. It was built in 1837 for two reasons: to legally grind flour, and to illegally make whisky. After nearly two hundred years, we’re proud to return the mill to its original, illicit purpose—now perfectly legal, of course.

History
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Callington Mill Distillery

On a scale not previously seen in Tasmania, Callington Mill incorporates state of the art Tasmanian Technology. 

The Story of our Distillery

Callington Mill Distillery is Opening Soon

Sneak Peak Behind The Scenes

Don't Miss Out on News of Our Opening!

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Tours and Tastings Coming Soon

Our distillery and visitor centre is currently under construction in the historic sandstone village of Oatlands. When complete, it will offer one of the most immersive and unique single malt experiences available in Tasmania. 

Our Whisky 

Our master distillers craft our whisky with purely local Tasmanian ingredients: fresh highland water from the pristine Blackman river, and locally farmed barley.

The Importance Of Oak 

All our casks have been matured in premium ex-fortified wine. They are predominantly French, European, and American oak that have been sourced from Spain and Portugal, the heartland of the Port and Sherry regions. The casks are shipped to our cooperage in Tasmania, before being filled with our single malt whisky in preparation for the maturation process.

HISTORY OF WHISKY MAKING
 IN TASMANIA

Australians have long been known to appreciate a drink, so it's entirely plausible to think that the first free European settlers began distilling alcohol as soon as they arrived here in the late 18th century.

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REFRESHING WHISKY COCKTAILS TO TRY THIS SUMMER 

When you’re asked to think about whisky you usually picture yourself sitting by the crackling fire in a comfortable armchair, sipping on your favourite dram on a brisk winter’s evening. However, whisky isn’t just for the cooler months, it’s also refreshing and thirst-quenching on a warm summers day. 

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