The Edradour distillery is considered one of the smallest distilleries in Scotland, also known as farm distillery. However, even with a small production, Edradour offers a large selection of whiskies. One of them is this Ballechin representing the peated range of the distillery and whose name comes from a neighbouring distillery that closed its doors in 1927. Peat-wise, this Ballechin 10 years is at a level of the peated whiskies of Islay with 50ppm. On the market since 2014, this single malt has matured in bourbon and oloroso sherry casks that have never been used more than twice as per the distillery charter.
Content: 70 cl
Strength: 46 %