Scotland’s smallest distillery is run by a mere three men who produce only 12 casks a week. This bottle is sold only in 500ml and as such. The smallest distillery also boasts the industry’s smallest pot-still. This particular bottle is aged initially in ex-bourbon casks before finishing its maturation in port pipes. It is bottled at cask strength.
Distilled 1993 Bottled 2004 Vintage from Edradour.
“At cask strength it is slow to open but rounds out beautifully after about 10 minutes. Take time to savour the quality and richness of this distillation. A robust aroma of marzipan and baked dark fruits leads to a rich and oily palate with a touch of cocoa and coffee. The fruity finish is lengthy with just a touch of pepper”.
Nose: Medium. Wild berries. Dried strawberries. Leafy. Spice.
Palate: Full, barley sugars, juicy. Cocoa. Ropes. Herbal.
Finish: Liquorice, floral.