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Edradour Scotch Single Malt Unchill Filtered 2003 Bottle By Signatory

Bottle Size: 750ml Item #: 1758679
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Edradour Scotch Single Malt Unchill Filtered 2003 Bottle By Signatory 750ml

Edradour Scotch Single Malt Unchill Filtered 2003 Bottle By Signatory

Edradour is the smallest distillery in Scotland, with the smallest stills in Scotland to boot. Production is overseen by just three men, including the distillery manager, and the distillery's output is just 12 barrels (600 gallons) per week from four wash runs. Edradour was originally called Glenforres when it was built in 1825, but became Edradour around a decade later - only to return to the Glenforres name as Glenforres-Glenlivet after being acquired by William Whiteley company in the 1920s to produce malt for their King's Ransom blend. The distillery eventually ended up as part of the Pernod Ricard stable, and was sold to Andrew Symington's Signatory company in 2002, since which time it has gone from strength to strength, with a thriving tourist trade thronging through its quaint buildings near the beautiful village of Pitlochry.

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Edradour Edradour Scotch Single Malt Unchill Filtered 2003 Bottle By Signatory
BOTTLE SIZE: 750ml
Edradour is the smallest distillery in Scotland, with the smallest stills in Scotland to boot. Production is overseen by just three men, including the distillery manager, and the distillery's output is just 12 barrels (600 gallons) per week from four wash runs. Edradour was originally called Glenforres when it was built in 1825, but became Edradour around a decade later - only to return to the Glenforres name as Glenforres-Glenlivet after being acquired by William Whiteley company in the 1920s to produce malt for their King's Ransom blend. The distillery eventually ended up as part of the Pernod Ricard stable, and was sold to Andrew Symington's Signatory company in 2002, since which time it has gone from strength to strength, with a thriving tourist trade thronging through its quaint buildings near the beautiful village of Pitlochry.