Single Malt Scotch Whisky
Known as 'Scotland's Little Gem' due to it's small size, Edradour is the last farm distillery still in production today with over 25 distinctive expressions. The Highland distillery is based in Pitlochry, a scenic town at the foot of the Cairngorms.
Despite having the smallest traditional stills in Scotland, Edradour produces more whiskies than most other distilleries. Owner since 2002, Master of the Quaich Andrew Symington has expertly matured the spirit in the highest quality oak wood, to create a stunning and diverse range of single malts. The equipment used is simply exposed and open to the air, so visitors to the distillery can see the working of real Victorian whisky production happening today.
Ballechin is Edradour's heavily peated range.
Edradour collaborated with Scottish singer-songwriter Dougie MacLean on a 12-year-old expression named Caledonia, after his famous tune.
Rare for a Scotch distillery, Edradour make their very own cream liqueur.
Edradour was founded in 1837 by a group of farmers in Perthshire, forming John MacGlashan & Co to run the distillery. After going through several owners, in 2002 the premises was purchases by Andrew Symington of Signatory Vintage, who runs Edradour to this day. Ballechin was then introduced in 2006, and significant renovation made the premises into a major tourist attraction.
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