Whisky Edradour, Chateauneuf-du-Pape Cask Finish, 10 Years, 2002 (57.5%), gift box, 500 ml
- Year: 2002
- Volume: 500 ml
- Barrel aging:
Whiskey golden straw color.
The taste of whiskey thick, sour, noble, slightly spicy, with lemon, mint and grassy notes, hints of cassis and dark chocolate in the aftertaste.
The aroma of whiskey contains shades of raisins in chocolate, coffee notes, nuances of dried fruits, nuts, honey.
Whiskey can be served with coffee, as a digestif or support desserts - fruit, biscuits, ice-cream.
Edradour, Chateauneuf-du-Pape Cask Finish, 2002 - very interesting malt cask strength with strength, thick taste and sweet aroma with hints of honey and dried fruit. Distillation took place March 26, 2002. Whiskey cask strength 57, 5% matured for 8 years, the field which has been moved in oak barrels from the wines of Chateauneuf-du-Pape. Bottling took place April 18, 2012, totaling just 440 bottles.
Just on our site is another release of a whiskey cask strength 55, 9%.
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. In 2006, released a new product - much peat whiskey "Ballechin".