Edradour Cream Liqueur

70cl / 17%
Edradour Cream Liqueur
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A quality cream liqueur made using whisky from Edradour, Scotland's smallest distillery – and one of the most picturesque, located in the beautiful village of Pitlochry.

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Edradour Cream Liqueur Reviews

16 Customer Reviews

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  • 5
    19 December 2016

    The best cream liquer I have even tasted, sheer scottish succulence in a bottle ...pity we can't buy it in Ireland

  • 5
    2 December 2016

    Better than Baileys! :) Love it.

  • 5
    3 January 2016

    I live in Holland and am not a fan of baileys. Find this tucked away on the shelf of the local off licence. Am a massive fan of Merlin from Penderyn but it's impossible to buy anywhere but Wales but this is its equal! Fantastic taste not too sickly and to see it clinging on the side of your glass as you take a sip (well good swig lol) makes it taste better. Try it it won't disappoint!

  • 5
    5 September 2015

    We visited the distillery recently and bought a bottle. Not a fan of sweet, sticky liqueurs and the Edradour is anythingbut that. A delight, and easily beats the more well-known similar cream liqueurs.

  • 5
    1 October 2014

    I had a bottle of this lovely liqueur bought for me recently by good friends and - I'm not a drinker - but it never lasted me a week! Absolutely delicious. Well done Scotland

  • 5
    26 August 2014

    The best way to take this delicious beverage is with the vision of the delightful, smallest 'official' distillery in Scotland. I also found it by default on a Harley Davidson tour on the road from Bridge of Cally to Pitlochry, another delightful experience found by default but 'don't tell anyone else'!! My German friends were bowled over with the day and when I visit them it's always with a bottle of Cream Liquour. Enough said. Haste us back.

  • Anne Bartle 21 November 2013

    I have been buying this for YEARS as in my view it is the best cream whisky liqueur. All the family members love it, and expect a bottle for Christmas - nothing else will now do, as it ticks all the taste bud boxes! Creamy with a smooth aftertaste, no harsh afterbite like some. The only problem is that it disappears far too quickly.

  • Patti Hunter 30 September 2013

    Tried this while visiting Edradour. I loved it so much, I had to bring a bottle home. The taste far exceeds any other product I've tasted. Not too sweet, and the perfect combination of tastes. This IS the best cream liqueur on the market!

  • Cindy S., Tampa, FL 11 January 2013

    I'm addicted. Won't touch any other whiskey cream. It doesn't have to cover cheap whiskey with sugar, but has the perfect balance. I've tried Heather Cream (sickenly sweet), Bailey's (catered to the American taste bud - too sweet), Caroline's (a cheap knock off of Bailey's). Hands down, Edradour is the best I've found.

  • D Shaw, NC USA 27 November 2012

    I was blown away. Baileys, St Brendens, and Caroline's don't even come close!

  • anonymous 15 November 2012

    As the reviewer above said beats Baieys a lovely smooth tasting liquer tried it on a recent visit to the distillery.

  • Anonymous 19 October 2012

    This liqueur has been haunting me since Scotland (back in '07). It was hands down one of my favourite places to visit on the whiskey trail but this little gem has stuck with me. Worth it's weight in gold.

  • J. U. , Espoo, Finland 26 August 2011

    Edradour cream has the wonderful quality of not being too sweet, for one. For the second, the whisky component is of high quality. The best cream liqueur I have tasted.

  • Ewan L 23 April 2011

    A beautiful drink that beats Baileys hands down!

  • Martin Roberts 15 November 2010

    A delicious after meal drink

  • Chris louis 29 February 2008

    Delicious with coffees, ice cream or on its own. Has a hazelnut after taste. This taste better than any of the Irish cream liqueurs and you really need to try it. The distillery is just above Pitlochry in Perthshire I discovered it whilst on holiday well worth a visit.