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Edradour Caledonia 12 Year Old

(70cl, 46%)

Edradour Caledonia 12 Year Old

Edradour Caledonia Bottling Note

This Caledonia Edradour is a release specially selected by songwriter Douglas Maclean and named after his famous song, Caledonia. The cask was an Oloroso sherry cask, distilled in 1997.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Sweet, creamy and honeyed, with notes of Manuka honey, hints of dried fig and date, soft sherry and a hint of oak.

Palate: Full and rich with notes of berry fruits, and honey and butter on granary toast. More sherry, caramel and toasted almond.

Finish: Spicy, dry and sprinkled with a dusting of cocoa.

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Edradour Caledonia 12 Year Old Reviews


Definitely unique. Quite a tasty drop. 5/5 for being a really interesting and mysterious sip.

18th March 2023

A sui generis whisky

This is an interesting whisky! I’ve bought a few bottles now since I always offer this one up to guests (not to get rid of it but because it’s quite unique). At first I loved this stuff, then fell out of love and now I’ve settled back at really liking and appreciating it. To me it has notes of leather, syrup, dates and a lot more I can’t quite put my finger on. Definitely tasty and gets the the extra half a star for being one of a kind.

13th October 2022

Forgotten bottle

I had a large dram whilst visiting pitlochry and forgot to buy a bottle when there so I shopped online when I got home with my go to online shop!

30th May 2022


I love this stuff. Unfortunately, I can't find anyone in the whole bloody USA that has it anymore! I've had to settle for the 10 year.

29th May 2022

fruity sherry honey buttery & so happy

It's amazing that there's not enough words to express it..

16th April 2022


Like with the 10 this is a very different whisky from your run of the mill stuff. But it is just fantastic, rich silky mouth feel with deep fruits. Could easily be a 15 or 18 year old whisky

24th January 2021

Sweet & fruity & very well balanced

Oranges, oak, honey, sandalwood on the nose. All this plus dried fig, toasted almonds and liquorice on the palate.
Long warming finish. Orange blossom, woodsmoke, vanilla toffee & cocoa powder on the finish.

7th December 2020

Thumbs up

Great stuff - sherry influence very prominent, complex and rich. Good mouthfeel, scotch mist like no other!

Also, great value where I’m buying (Sweden).

Interesting expression from an interesting distillery.

25th September 2020

quality stuff

Being a big fan of this distillery, i decided to try this Dougie McClean dram. Its a very rich whisky; a touch more so than the 10, the extra 2 years have produced more chocolate and a nice honey and more sherried whisky, and a great longish finish.
again it is improved by the slightest drop of water; opens up by a huge margin... quality stuff but imo needs that 1/4 teaspoon of water.

2nd September 2020

No chill filtration

The more whisky I drink...and I’ve been drinking it for quite a few years...the more I’m drawn to those which are not chill-filtered and are naturally colored. Some distilleries like Ardbeg, Springbank, Bunnahabhain and Glendronach don’t do it at all, while others like Powers and Edradour only release certain expressions that are not chill-filtered and are naturally colored. Comparing this 12 with the standard 10, which is also very good and naturally colored, makes the case that whisky should never be chill filtered. The flavors are so complex and deep that it’s hard to believe this is only two years older. I must also add that the 46% abv makes a world of difference as well.

13th May 2019

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