Current owner: Signatory
Stills: 1 wash, 1 spirit
Capacity: 0.09 million litres per year
Location: Near Pitlochry, Perthshire
Notable Facts: In 2002 Edradour was sold by Pernod Ricard to independent bottler Signatory. It was the smallest distillery in Scotland for a long time.
April 15, 2012
Another very young Edradour, but this time without cask experimentation. And indeed the spirit does benefit from not fiddling around with it. – Rating: 81/100
April 14, 2012
You can feel it is still rather young, but it is a very fine dram with a good variety of smoky flavours. – Rating: 84/100
April 14, 2012
Rather sweet overall and feeling a bit watery even at 46%, this dram doesn’t really convince me. – Rating: 75/100
March 20, 2010
A rather basic sherry dram, not bad but not overly impressive either. – Score: 78/100
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April 5, 2013
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January 23, 2013
It came as quite a surprise when I received an official invitation for the Victoria Whisky Festival a few months ago. Here is the report.
November 5, 2012
Lamenting about rising whisky prices has become a regular pastime. So I think it is time to have a closer look at how much prices have actually risen over the last years.
September 22, 2012
I have done some number crunching with the bottle data in the Whisky Monitor to see if there is a noticeable trend how independent bottlings do for a specific distillery.
May 17, 2012
A summary of the Scotch single malt blind tasting competition
January 29, 2011
I have recevied a document from an anonymous source shedding light on the inner workings within the marketing departments of the Scotch whisky industry.
August 17, 2009
Now here is a question that has been buzzing in my head for a while, and I have not found a statisfying answer to it yet.
We know that the shape of a pot still has a lot of influence on the distilled spirit.