Edradour is believed to have been founded in 1825 under the name Glenforres as a small farm distillery. It’s not till 1837 that the 1st references to Edradour ‘between two rivers’ appear. To this day Edradour is still a very small distillery and for many years was Scotland’s smallest only taking 3 men to run the production. In 1982 Campbell Distillers bought Edradour and opened a visitor centre one of the earliest in Scotland and 4 years later the very 1st single malt was released. Edradour is located near the village of Pitlochry in the Scottish Highlands and attracts nearly a 100 thousand visitors a year. Edradour has been owned by Signatory Vintage since 2002. Edradour has 1 wash and 1 spirit still and has a capacity 130 thousand litres.

Edradour is open to visitors

Edradour

Edradour 10 year old
From what was until quite recently the smallest distillery in Scotland, Edradour 10 year old single malt is the flagship...
£38.95
Edradour 10 year old 20cl
From what was until quite recently the smallest distillery in Scotland, Edradour 10 year old single malt is the flagship...
£19.99
Edradour 12 year old Caledonia
From what was until quite recently the smallest distillery in Scotland, Edradour 10 year old single malt is the flagship...
£54.95