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Edradour is the name of one of the smallest single malt whisky distilleries in Scotland. The distillery, located in the southern Highlands (Midlands), releases their non-peated whisky under the name Edradour. The peated version appears under the Ballechin brand. And in the old days the Edradour whisky was also bottled under the name Glenforres.
That name comes from the 'farmers' distillery with which it once started around 1825. The name Edradour was registered in 1837. Since the beginning of this century, Edradour has increasingly focused on finishing, i.e. maturation in casks other than the type of casks in which the maturation began.. The Edradour buildings still offer the picturesque image of a traditional Scottish distillery.
With only 3 men in the production, Edradour is one of the smallest distilleries in Scotland. This 10-year-old Distillery Edition with its hints of honey, heather and citrus is a good example of their single malt. Bottled at 40%.
[SMALL BOTTLE] This 20 cl bottle is nice to give someone or yourself as a present. A fine example of the Edradour single malt whisky, this 10-year-old Distillery Edition with its hints of honey, heather and citrus.
The cask from which this bottling of an Edradour single malt whisky came was selected by songwriter Dougie Maclean. The bottling is named after his song Caledonia. Incidentally, it was an Oloroso sherry cask, on which the malt matured for 12 years. (46%)
The single malt whisky from Highland distillery Edradour is bottled in decanters (and not in plain bottles). This edition appeared in 1,290 decanters. It is a 13 year old Edradour malt matured in bourbon casks and bottled at 59.1% cask strength.
Scotlands Little Gem, as the Edradour Distillery also calls itself, releases also single cask bottlings, in the Straight from The Cask series. This bottling here is a 10-year-old single malt whisky that matured in a sherry butt. (914 bottles at 57.6%)
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