Whisky Edradour, Caledonia 12 years old, gift box with 2 glasses, 700 ml
- Volume: 700 ml
- Barrel aging:
Whiskey golden caramel color.
The taste of whiskey rich, heavy, burning, malty, with clear fruit flavors and acid-edged, medium length, with a twisted balanced notes of grape jam, balsamic vinegar, strawberry puree and honey, spicy finish and dry.
Whiskey with an attractive aroma, sweet notes of dried fruits (raisins, candied orange peel), vanilla, caramel, roasted nuts and grains.
Whiskey goes well with coffee, ice cream, fruit, biscuits, great as a standalone drink.
Whiskey Edradour, Caledonia 12 years old named after the famous song by Douglas MacLean "Caledonia". Barrel of Oloroso sherry was filled in 1997, and the whiskey was aged until May 2009. Released a limited amount of whiskey. Edradour Caledonia - it is a very rich and complex 12-year-old single malt whiskey, which is not exposed to cold filtration and is made without the addition of dyes. The palate is powerful, sizzling, with a flurry of fruity notes in the flavor and aroma.
Gift Set whiskey Edradur, Caledonia 12 years of aging supplement two crystal glass design from the company Glencairn Crystal Ltd., whose narrow form will fully disclose any taste and aroma of whiskey.
Edradour - the smallest plant in Scotland. It employs only 3 persons, made only twelve barrels of whiskey a week, an annual turnover of 90 000 liters. Edradour was founded in 1825 in the hills of Pitlochry in Perthshire in the Southern Highlands. Once upon a time in Perthshire was a lot of mini-distilleries, but has survived only Edradur.
In 1982 the factory bought Concern "Pernod Ricard". Up until 2002, almost the entire crop plant used in the production of blended whiskey. At the same time the plant is experimenting with odnobochkovym whiskey with different finishes - Sauternes, Burgundy, Tokaj, and others. As a result of the experiment in 2006 released a new series of "Discovery", consisting of peat much whiskey "Ballechin" . Whiskey is named after the long-vanished distillery "Ballechin", once existed in the hills Pilthori.