edradour distillery

Whisky Types: Single Malts

Typical Taste: Smooth with a creamy texture and a hint of smokiness

Edradour is Scotland’s smallest distillery and is nestled in the hills above Pitlochry in Perthshire. It was built in the nineteenth century and seems to have hardly changed over the past 170 year. This distillery produces only twelve casks of whisky a week and all whiskies are hand-made. Because of the small amount produced it can be quite hard to find a retailer where you can buy the whisky. However it is also possible to order the Whisky directly from the distillery. Even though the distillery is very small its whisky gets exported to many countries all over the world. The whisky is smooth with a creamy texture and a hint of smokiness. It has a honey-nutted finish. This whisky matures for 10 years until it reaches the peak quality. A tour through Scotland’s smallest distillery costs £5 and takes about 50 minutes. For groups of more than 15 booking is necessary. You can reach the Distillery by following the A294 from Pitlochry.

Whiskies

  • Edradour Straight from the Cask – Smooth, sweet, creamy, vanilla, raisins
  • Edradour 10 Year Old – Smooth, sweet, creamy, vanilla, raisins, almond

Opening Times:
January – February: Mon-Sat 10am-16pm
March – April: Mo-Sun 10am-16pm
May – October: Mo-Sun 12am-17pm
November – December: Mo-Sun 10am-16pm