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Scotch Whisky Review: EDRADOUR 1996 SFTC

Posted by Arctic Wolf on November 4, 2009

For my first Scotch Single Malt Whisky review, I thought I would go to the smallest distillery in Scotland.  The Edradour Distillery in Perthshire.   Friends of mine visited the distillery on a recent holiday in Scotland and they raved about the tour and the whisky.


EDRADOUR 1996 SFTC Rum ‘Grande Arome’
A Rum Cask Finished 11 Year Old Single Malt Scotch

Edradour holds the distinction of being the smallest distillery in Scotland. It is also the last original farm distillery in Perthshire. The same wooden equipment is used to mash and ferment the whisky today, that was purchased by the distillery 170 years ago. Edradour uses the smallest copper stills in Scotland. In fact they are the smallest permissible by Scottish law. They also use the only working model of a Morton refrigerator (used in the distilling process) in the industry. You’ll find this unique distillery nestled in a small glen above Pitlochry in the Southern Highlands. A truly unique distillery……

Read the full review here:

Review: EDRADOUR 1996 SFTC Rum ‘Grande Arome

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