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Edradour Single Malt Whisky Review (Scotland, ABV 43%)

Edradour Single Malt Whisky

Edradour Single Malt Whisky
Image Source: Scotchblog.ca

After recently posting about Amrut and now Edradour, I’m considering making a tag “My Brother’s Whisky/Scotch” though it probably won’t be particularly high on SEO ranking. Edradour is the smallest distillery in Scotland and according their website, in the world, producing only 12 casks a week. They export in extremely small quantities to around a dozen countries so it’s not easy to find. Luckily for me, my brother was gifted their 10 Year Single Malt Whisky during his most recent trip to to Scotland.

It’s extremely smooth on the tongue with a wee bit of smoke on initial taste. The aftertaste has some noticeable honey notes and is strangely light, even borderline watery though in a positive way. This is one of the most accessible whiskies I’ve ever tried. Hopefully I’ll get a chance to try it again. What whiskies do you appreciate? Here is another post about visiting the distillery and doing the tour.

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