Edradour Pitlochry Distillery
Pitlochry Edradour Distillery is one of Scotland's smallest distilleries. One of the last of the traditional 'farm' distilleries, it is fascinating to see. Operated by three men who producing limited quantities of highly sort after hand crafted Edradour Malt Whisky.
Edradour stands alone as Scotland's last distillery that produces a hand crafted malt. There is a limited quantity, produced using methods which to other distilleries are a distant memory.
Edradour Distillery uses the smallest copper stills in Scotland. The water comes from the Edradour Burn. The whisky coolers are unique, due to their small size and age.
Beautiful setting. It is located in a picturesque glen with the Edradour burn or stream running between its beautiful red/white buildings. The whole distillery has a special magic about it.
Walk to Edradour Distillery from Pitlochry.
Edradour Walk or Black Sport Walk - is popular with visitors to Pitlochry. The walk takes about 45 minutes from the centre of Pitlochry. It passes through an ancient oak wood, the Black Spout Waterfall, on the edge of farm fields before emerging at Edradour Pitlochry distillery. For full details of the walk, we recommend you purchase the Pitlochry Walks Leaflet. This can be purchased from Pitlochry Tourist Information Office.
How best to get to the distillery by Car? Follow the A924 Pitlochry to Braemar road. It starts at the T junction that is West Moulin Road, past the Pitlochry Supermarket, through the hamlet of Moulin. Keep going, past the scattering of houses on the hill side until you reach open farm land. There is a sharp hairpin bend, which has a 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