Edradour Pitlochry Distillery
One of Scotland's smallest distilleries, Pitlochry Edradour Distillery sits in a picturesque glen. It is one of the last traditional 'farm' distilleries. It produces the famous Edradour Malt Whisky.
The original distillery is operated by three men producing limited quantities of hand crafted Edradour Malt Whisky. There is also bottling plant on the premises.
Edradour stands alone as Scotland's last distillery to produce a hand crafted malt in limited quantity, unique quality and by methods which to other distilleries are just a distant fond memory.
As you would expect, Edradour Distillery uses the smallest copper stills in Scotland, and uses water from the Edradour Burn through its original coolers to distill its whisky.
Edradour Distillery must be in one of the most picturesque settings, located just above Pitlochry, with the Edradour Burn running between its beautiful red/white buildings.
Edradour Walk or Black Sport Walk - is popular with visitors to Pitlochry. 45 minutes from the centre of Pitlochry through an ancient oak wood, past Black Spout Waterfall to Edradour Pitlochry distillery. The route is included in the Pitlochry Walks Leaflet, which you can purchase from Pitlochry Tourist Information Office.
By Car - Alternatively a short drive on the A924 Pitlochry to Braemar road. Through the hamlet of Moulin to the north of Pitlochry. Keep going until the sharp hairpin bend, follow the sign to Edradour distillery.
Edradour Distillery 2019 Opening Hours (Last tour 1 hr before closing time):-
Winter 7th January to 12th April Mon to Fri 10am to 4pm. CLOSED Saturdays and Sundays
Main Season- 15th April to 26th October Monday to Saturday 10am-5pm; CLOSED Sundays.
Autumn 28th October to 19th December - Mon to Fri 10.00am to 4pm (Closed 19th Dec 2019 to 6th Jan 2020). CLOSED Saturdays and Sundays