Edradour Caledonia 12 year

Edradour Caledonia 12 year Photo
Region: Highland
Origin: Scottland

Tasting Notes

At a strength of 46% ABV and un-chillfiltered, Caledonia retains maximum flavor with great depth and body. Initial maturation in Bourbon casks followed by an Oloroso Finish of 4-5 years. An old fashioned whisky for those looking for how whisky used to be made.

AVAILABLE FORMATS: 750ml

Style: Single Malt Scotch Whiskey
Alcohol: 46%
Filtration: Un-chillfiltered
Packaging: 6/750ml
Aged: 12 years
Color: Natural Color
Nose: Sultanas and figs balanced with honey
Finish: Gently warming, spicy and dry from a time long forgotten
Palate: Liquid Christmas cake, toasted almonds and just a hint of orange spice. Just a little water opens up the depth and complexity as the fruitiness and Oloroso sherried wood comes to the fore. The result of traditional, time tested distillation processes rolls over the tongue like syrup.

History of Edradour Caledonia 12 year

Caledonia Edradour is a special single cask release, selected by songwriter Dougie Maclean and named after his famous song, Caledonia. This handmade single malt is a small batch bottling.  “I wrote Caledonia, in 1977 on a beach in Brittany, France, when I was genuinely homesick for Scotland. My life has always been based in Perthshire. For me, the location of Edradour, with its neat cluster of whitewashed buildings, traditional equipment and employment of ancient methods of making single malt whisky, combined with its state-of-the-art bottling facility, typify Caledonia. So it is great to be joining forces with Andrew Symington and Edradour Distillery, to bring you this wonderfully rich and complex 12 year old single malt.” - Dougie Maclean

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