Edradour Single Malt Whisky aged 10 years. Old Style, Obsolete early bottling.
Old Style Litre bottle probably 1990/1980’s. Please note this is 43% Vol.
Edradour Single Malt Whisky Distillery Style Tasting Notes;
Nose: Rich sherry aroma with citric fruits and toffee.
Palate: Full bodied. Malty, creamy, vanilla.
Finish: Smooth, warming.
Location Highlands region Midlands district Pitlochry.
Water Source Spring on Ben Vrackie.
Edradour is the smallest malt whisky distillery in Scotland and the last original ‘farm’ distillery in Perthshire. You’ll find the Edradour distillery nestling in a pocket glen in the hills above Pitlochry that form the Southern Highlands. The name Edradour comes from the Gaelic “Edred dobhar” the stream of King Edred.
The distillery was founded in 1825 by a cooperative of farmers from the area. Distilling in the same cluster of stone buildings where Edradour is made today. The minimum legal still size for a still at the time was 40 gallons, and that was size selected by co-operative and has continued to be used to this day.