Edradour 10 Yr. Scotch
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Edradour 10 Yr. Scotch

Item # 03184

**Between Two Waters** From Scotland's smallest distillery founded in 1825 and still operating as a farm/distiller where everything is made by hand, we can only expect the best in handcrafted whisky. An aroma of sugared almonds with a smooth, creamy taste makes the finish mellow and warming. A true hidden gem is a category where that has become increasingly harder to find.

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Any fruit vendor will tell you the most flavorful apples aren’t necessarily the biggest. In fact, they’ll likely plop a tiny stone of an apple into the palm of your hand. Edradour is one of the smallest distilleries in Scotland, producing only 12 barrels of whisky a week! They revel in their size and make malt that’s truly distinctive from that of their bigger neighbors. The 10 year showcases this difference very well. Take in notes of toasted bread, dark coffee, glazed almonds, savory spices, hearty malt, powdered chocolate, and molasses candy. A round, smooth texture that’s eager to wrap around your tongue. The big distilleries make more whisky but is all that extra whisky any better?

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Glossary

Scotch

As a synonym for Scottish, some people object to the term “Scotch” – but as far as their whisky goes, the Scottish people are required by law to classify the spirit as “Scotch whisky.”

Scotland

History:Distillation was brought to Scotland from Ireland by missionary monks in the 6th century. In 1644, the first taxes were imposed on Scottish distillers by England, with the result that most of the nation’s whisky was soon distilled illicitly. With the Parliament’s passing of the “Excise Act” in 1824, licensing fees for distilleries were much cheaper. Distilleries started to take out licenses, and since then, the distillation industry in Scotland has been continuously expanding....

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