Edradour is one of the smallest distilleries in Scotland. Production is overseen by a team of three, including the distillery manager, and output is just 12 barrels per week.
Built in 1825, the distillery was orginally called Glenforres but became Edradour 10 years later – only to return rn to the Glenforres name as Glenforres-Glenlivet after being acquired by William Whiteley company in the 1920s. Edradour was acquired in 1982 by drinks giant Pernod Ricard, and primarily used in the production of blended whiskies such as ‘King’s Ransom’. It was not until Signatory acquired the distillery in 2002 that Edradour concentrated its efforts producing artisanal single malts.Show more