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Edradour Distillery, Pitlochry

Categories: Distilleries
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4.4/5 based on 1,300+ reviews on the web
Edradour Distillery is reputed to be the smallest distillery in Scotland. If its stills were any tinier, they would be deemed portable and possibly illegal. The Edradour ten year is chill-filtered, a process that produces a cleaner whiskey that doesn't become cloudy when ice is added to the glass. Just two or three people traditionally produce the smooth malts. One of these experts will give you a tour of the distillery for a small fee, which includes two drams and a nosing glass. Edradour Distillery is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our international travel planner, Pitlochry Edition.
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  • Was here on opening a tomorrow at 10 am. First came a busslass of Swedes who got their guide and disappeared. Then came my party of four people there more 2par came. We got a private guided tour. Fantastic storyteller, Ian, that was really inspiring to listen to. A o small distillery with an incredible craftsmanship.
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  • Their claim to fame is that they are the smallest operating distillery in Scotland and I would venture to say the most unique. The grounds are impeccable! Our tour was great and very interesting. We s...  read more »
  • We stayed in Pitlochry primarily to visit this distillery. Taxi from Pitlochry took us to the distillery. Warm welcome with coffee and/or tea with an offer to keep the mugs. We did. Roy was our tour g...  read more »
  • Our family of 5 hiked from our hotel tot his distillery and had a wonderful tour and small tasting. Our guide was so nice--dressed in a kilt, looking every bit the Scot! He was very nice to our boys (have to be 12yo for the tour). We bought 3 bottles after and the owner was in the shop. We asked him to sign our bottles and he gladly did--cool! The facilities are so clean and the grounds beautiful. I highly recommend a visit.
  • Amazing little distillery, the staff was very friendly and knowledgeable. The whole distillery is very cosy and beautiful. The owner of the distillery helped us picking a good whiskey to take home which made the visit very special. The walk through the woods from the train station is really nice with a proper Scottish waterfall.
  • A gem, that's the only word to describe this distillery. Helen was a nice guide, short but lovely tour, nice taste and gift. I will go there again even only to stay for a few minutes in the casks depot, exciting smell and such a feeling understandable only by a whisky lover.
  • Incredible scenery... very interesting tour... wonderful single malts... What more could you want? Edradour is now owned by Signatory, the specialty bottler and in the warehouse you can see some of the old barrels from various distilleries that they have acquired and are maturing for some sought-after limited bottlings.
  • Terrible!! I have visited more than twenty distilleries in Scotland (Highlands, Lowlands, Speyside, Islay and Jura). But this distillery was the worst place. So disappointed with distillery facilities. Staffs were not friendly. The tour guide was so rude. Avoid this distillery.
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