Originally Posted by Dale
If you can, find the 10 yr Signatory bottling of the same. It's non-chill-filtered and bottled at 46% rather than 43%. I find there's just a bit more going on in the Signatory bottling and, if nothing else, is a great comparison to what chill filtering does.
Also, the Edradour 12 Caledonia bottling is bloody good.
I just got a bottle of the 9yr Exclusive port wood finished Edradour and its a super crazy unique Single malt. Its much sweeter than you would expect with huge notes of Ripe fruit, hints of spice and a smooth sweet lingering finish. Definetly a desert single malt if there is such a thing
But the port cask's they used all contained port of atleast 21 yrs or older so its a super mature sweet flavor that you get from the casks i would recommend it to any scotch lover with a bit of a sweet tooth.