Edradour Distillery

Scotland’s smallest traditional distillery

Edradour may be Scotland’s smallest distillery, but amongst whisky lovers it’s one of the better known and adored distilleries producing a heavier bodied Highland style as well as a peated single malt branded as “Ballechin”.

In 2002 Andrew Symington, owner of independent bottling company “Signatory”, purchased the Edradour distillery from Pernod Ricard (think Chivas Bros.). Today production sits at 130,000 litres of pure spirit per year, but the distillery has plans for 2 new stills which would enable production to increase to 400,000 litres annually.

You’re invited to join Australian Importer
and Melbourne’s resident Scotsman,
Craig Merson

Sunday 20 August at 2pm

for a tasting of this unique single malt whisky.

On Tasting >

Edradour Caledonia 12 year old RRP 110
Edradour Fairy Flag 15 year old RRP 160
Edradour 2006 Straight From The Cask sherry butt 10 year old RRP 160
Ballechin 10 year old RRP 99
Ballechin Straight From The Cask Bordeaux cask RRP 160
Ballechin Straight From The Cask Burgundy cask RRP 160
Edradour 16 year old Barolo cask finish tbc

Bottle Specials >
$20 off RRP of your first bottle purchase
of any of the Edradour whisky bottles on tasting (liqueur exc.)

Tickets  >
$49 per person
purchase here