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Edradour | 11 Jahre | 2010/2022 | Pawis Spätburgunder #1 | 46%

Edradour | 11 Jahre | 2010/2022 | Pawis Spätburgunder #1 | 46%

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Edradour steht nicht erst seit Übernahme durch Andrew Symington 2002 in der Beliebtheitsskala von Single-Malt-Fans ziemlich weit oben. Die unverfälschten Whiskys der in den Highlands östlich von Pitlochry gelegenen Brennerei entstehen teilweise noch mit Original-Equipment aus dem 19. Jahrhundert. Für sechs neue Single Casks bündelte „Scotland’s Little Gem“ die Kräfte mit familiengeführten Weingütern aus Deutschland.

Das Weingut Pawis aus Freyburg ist Mitglied im Verband Deutscher Prädikatsweingüter (VDP) und ist über die Region hinaus bekannt. Der Edradour Single Malt aus First Fill Bourbon Fässern reifte 46 Monate in Pinot Noir Fässern von Pawis und wurde in Trinkstärke mit dem Edradour 2010/2022 - Pawis Pinot Noir #1 abgefüllt. Die samtig-fruchtigen Aromen des Burgunders verleihen den Whiskys ihren besonderen Charakter.

Category Single Malt Whisky
Country Scotland
Region Highlands
Volume 700ml
Alcohol Content 46.0%-vol
Age 11 Jahre
Bottling Date 26/09/2022
Number of Bottles 363
Cask Number 1
Cask Type Bourbon, Pawis Spätburgunder
Peat nicht rauchig | unpeated
Filtration nicht kühlgefiltert | non-chill-filtered
Colouring ohne Farbstoffe | non-coloured
Distillery Edradour Distillery, Pitlochry PH16 5JP, Scotland, United Kingdom
Importer / Distributor Kirsch Import GmbH & Co. KG, Mackenstedter Str. 7, 28816 Stuhr, Deutschland
  • Edradour - Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky

    The Edradour Distillery, nestled in the idyllic Highland village of Pitlochry in Perthshire, is widely renowned for its unique and historic Single Malt Scotch Whisky. Established in 1825, Edradour is among Scotland's oldest and, with a production capacity of only 95,000 liters annually, also one of the smallest traditional distilleries in the country. Despite its size, the distillery is famous for its dedication to traditional whisky-making methods.

    Equipped with traditional equipment, including a one-ton open mash tun, wooden fermentation tanks, and small stills leading to worm tubs, Edradour is committed to preserving classic methods. This commitment is reflected in the robust yet fruity character of their whisky.

    Under the leadership of Andrew Symington, owner of the independent bottler Signatory, since 2002, Edradour has increasingly focused on diverse wood management. The distillery particularly favors former sherry casks for maturing its new spirit but also experiments with a variety of casks from fortified and still wines for finishing.

    In addition to the classic Edradour 10 Years and the 12 Years Old Caledonia, the distillery offers a range called "Edradour straight from the cask". These whiskies are particularly notable as they are bottled without the addition of caramel, without chill filtration, and at cask strength, providing an intense and authentic whisky experience.

    Since 2006, Edradour has expanded its range to include a peaty, smoky whisky under the brand name Ballechin. Made with barley infused with peat to a level of at least 50ppm, Ballechin presents a distinctive smoky and earthy taste. The expansion of the distillery in 2018 now allows for the separate distillation of the peaty Ballechin and the unpeated Edradour.

    Not just as a producer of fine whiskies but also as a popular tourist destination, Edradour has made a name for itself. Over 100,000 visitors flock to the distillery during the summer months. The picturesque buildings from 1837 provide a welcoming backdrop for tours and tastings. Despite the bustling visitor numbers, Edradour remains a recommended destination for whisky lovers and those aspiring to be.

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