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Welcome sign and hours of business.
|Owner||Signatory Vintage Scotch Whisky Company|
|Water source||Ben Vrackie Springs|
|Number of stills||1 wash still, 1 spirit still|
Edradour distillery (Scottish Gaelic: Eadar Dhà Dhobhar, "between two rivers") is a Highland single malt whisky distillery based in Pitlochry, Perthshire. It is reputed to be the smallest distillery in Scotland.
Established in 1825, the distillery was traditionally run by three men, but now there are just two. Only eighteen casks are produced each week. They have a tour which costs £7.50 and currently includes two drams and a nosing glass.
The stills are the smallest in use of any distillery in Scotland. Were they any smaller, they would be deemed by HM Revenue and Customs to be portable, with the implicit capacity for illegal production.
A variety of whiskies are available from the distillery. Only the Edradour 10-year is chill-filtered, a process by which the esters and oils are removed, producing a cleaner look to the whisky, which when chilled or has ice added to it does not turn cloudy. There is, amongst others, a non-chill-filtered 12-year-old malt, some of which goes into the "House of Lords" and "Clan Campbell" blends.
Also produced for two days in a week is a heavily-peated version of the Edradour called Ballechin.
- Iain Mac an Tàilleir. "Placenames" (PDF). Scottish Parliament. Retrieved 27 November 2011.