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This Edradour has been finished in Ruby Port casks and boasts big red fruit flavours.
Edradour is one of the smallest distilleries in Scotland but has a big following regardless!
Nose: Stewing red fruits, red jelly babies and red wine gums. Red really!
Palate: The palate is very thick with dried strawberries and raspberries and a touch of spice.
Finish: The finish is moderate with a wealth of exotic fruit on the tail-end.
Overall: If you like your Edradours big and fruity this could be just your thing!
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Having just visited the distillery a few weeks ago, I could drink motor oil and loved it. The story and the spirit of this tiny distillery is intoxicating enough! I don't have adjectives to describe.....why bother....magic maybe? Warm? It doesn't matter......get some!
4th July 2013
Again tasted at the distillery in a comparison with the 10 year old. Interesting stuff and very enjoyable, though not as accomplished as the 12 year old in my opinion. Nose: You can definitely sense the port as it lurks in the murky background. Redcurrants and Strawberry notes are very apparent, struggling with toasty oak and creamy malt tones. Palate: Thick and strong, the mouth is filled with the flavours of redcurrants, strawberries and raspberries, a hint of cinnamon and cloves. Richness of toasted oak and barley compliments this surprisingly well. Finish of medium length with more berry flavours and a gentle spiciness. Reminded me of good old fashioned jam on buttered farmhouse toast.
18th April 2013