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Da Mhile (pronounced da-vee-lay) is the UK's first organic micro-distillery and the producer of the first organic whisky in the world. We have been producing high-quality artisanal spirits on our organic farm in West Wales since 2012. Our first...more
All reviews tasting session very interesting tour tasting room lovely lady sat nav member of staff beautiful countryside cheese tasting worth a visit gins liqueur organic distilleries samples farm insight islay
We turned up for a tour but it was closed saw a member of staff who opened up the visit centre and we had a tasting session and a quick look at the distillery. Well worth a visit ( not really suitable for children through...More
Whisky has been distilled in Wales since the Middle Ages, that is a well known fact, but what isn’t so widely known, is that from a small farm in Wales, organic seaweed gin amongst many other botanicals, are starting to not only win awards, but...More
Tucked away quite a way down an attractive lane you come across an old farm which is home to a fascinating whisky distillery and cheese makers. Everyone was very friendly, informative and knew their products well. Compared to distilleries in places like Islay this is...More
A lovely lady did the tour and was informative. Easy to find follow the sign for the cheese and follow the lane you will eventually get there whilst taking in the beautiful country side views. Bought a bottle of their Sloe Gin very nice indeed
wonderful little place , so interesting, we had the owner John show us around and explain what they do , It was a wet and rainny day and he he did it with a smile, the tasting was great and we bought a few goodies...More
It was a miracle we found the place as there were no signs. Then a brief tour around two rooms, some odd looking plumbing and half a dozen barrels. Followed by a tiny taste of over priced gin. In all very dissapointing.
We booked a tour approximately a week in advance of our visit and were pleasantly surprised when we arrived to find that there were only four other people with a booking. This made the visit all the more interesting as we were able to ask...More
Luckily we had our sat nav otherwise I think we would have struggled to find this gem. It isn't very well sign posted unfortunately. Even when we got there we struggled to find the right building but were kindly directed by a member of staff....More
Parking is OK there is quite some space and turning areas. To get to the distillery you have to go up a single track road for c3/4mile. That said, they have previously have had delivery lorries and vans up there, so you... More
Parking is OK there is quite some space and turning areas. To get to the distillery you have to go up a single track road for c3/4mile. That said, they have previously have had delivery lorries and vans up there, so you should be OK but with some care.