Edradour 10 Year Old Single Malt Scotch Whisky 70 cl
- Distinctive honey flavour with hints of sherry and vanilla.
- On the palate a beautiful mix of rum and raisin and toasted nuts.
- A seductively long spicy finish.
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Edradour Distillery is based in Pitlochry and is reputed to be the smallest distillery in Scotland.
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Top Customer Reviews
Do not hesitate if you are after a smooth but complex whisky that develops into an experience not just a drink.
I visited the distillery with my family some years ago.
The location, the philosophy, the honesty that surrounds the production of this brand impressed me.
Tasting it for the first time changed my perception of what a good whisky should be.
It set the bar at what is for me the peak of perfection.
Thank you Edradour.
I first tried some of this delightful single malt many years ago during a visit to the distillery while on holiday there. Never a great whisky drinker - having been put off by the likes of Bells and Teachers being so rough with the after-burn on the throat - I tried the Edradour with trepidation. What a revelation! It is silky smooth, sweet and peaty with hints of indescribable delights, and twenty minutes later I could still taste the lingering warm essence, with no hint of a burn. Wonderful.
As I've got older I've found I cannot drink anything more than a very small glass of wine because of a near instant migraine-strong hangover, but I still buy an occasional bottle of the Edradour for the honeyed taste and heather aroma; just a spoonful in a glass during a dark winter evening every now and then is nectar.
It is my favourite.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Excellent alround service. Would not hesitate in recommending to others. The Edradour whisky is also highly recommended.Published 5 months ago by John Black
The Edradour 10 year old single malt was a Christmas gift for our son in law. He was absolutely delighted with it. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Patricia Grant