Edradour Distillery is Scotland's smallest distillery, the last of the traditional 'farm' distilleries it is open all year, operated by three men producing limited quantities of hand crafted malts, which are also bottled 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.
Walk or drive to Edradour Distillery - a short drive taking the road through Moulin to the north of Pitlochry takes you to the sign indicating where the distillery is located. Alternatively you can take the Black Spout walk, as highlighted in the Pitlochry Walks Leaflet to get to the distillery.
Tours of the distillery cost £7.50 which includes two drams of Edradour in the Malt Barn where you will see an audio video of the art of whisky making.
Edradour Distillery Opening Hours (Last tour 1hr before closing time):-
Mid April to Mid October Monday to Saturday 10am-5pm; CLOSED Sundays.
Winter Shop ONLY OPEN (No tours) - Mon to Fri 9.30am to 4.30pm (Closed 16th Dec 2016 to 4th Jan 2017).