I recently reviewed quite a few Edradour. I felt I hadn’t properly reviewed the tiny distillery, so I got some friends to pour some samples for me. And then some more samples. And then maybe I reviewed too many Edradours (if there is such a thing). So I took a break, had some other distilleries. You know, share the wealth of my liver (such wealth, much organ).
Then I realized that I had two Ballechins. What does that have to do with Edradour? I’m glad you asked, as it gives me more time to ramble. Edradour makes one-quarter of their whisky peated per year. In order to keep it separated, as we were all taught by The Offspring in the 90s, they call it Ballechin.
And don’t think that they are lightly peating this either. This is full on 50ppm…
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