Small production, big heritage, great Scotch.
From the smallest distillery in Scotland comes this unique Highland malt Whisky that was hand-made by three men, who are completely dedicated to the classic techniques of Whisky making. The distillery in its core has remained unchanged since its opening. Petit in production-size, it is only capable of producing 12 barrels a week (around 2800 litres). What they produce in a year a typical Scottish distillery produces in a course of a week.
Needless to say the art of making Whisky at Edradour is a mixture of nature, tradition and background, with a keen generation of stillmen. They may be small, but their heritage is as big, or perhaps even bigger, than many of their competitors'.
The Edradour 10 Year Old 2002 Burgundy Cask Finish was distilled in 2002 and aged for 8 years in a hogshead. Then it was moved to and finished in a Burgundy wine cask for another two years. It is bottled straight from the cask at a hefty 57.3% ABV.