Ballechin is the heavily peated distillation they have been making at Edradour Distillery since 2003. Distilled using barley which has been infused with peat to a level not less than 50ppm.
Clanadonia and Edradour Distillery have a lot in common, not least their commitment to honouring tradition. This first bottling in the Clanadonia Series celebrates Tu-Bardh.
Tu-Bardh Wilson, founder of the band, typifies the band’s earthy passion, respect for culture and tradition. These values and the band’s ancestral bloodlines are all bonded within their music, which has Scotland at its heart.
This high energy of tribal rhythms, bagpipes and tartan, is performed to all walks of life and cultures.
We’ve had a very busy year this year and some amazing and interesting events have resulted. Not least today’s performance at Glasgow Airport to celebrate the launch of RyanAir’s inaugral flight from Glasgow Airport To Dublin. Clanadonia were brought in to perform as people boarded the plane and, despite the “classic” Scottish weather, they went down a storm!
Many thanks to Glasgow Airport and RyanAir and on a purely selfish note, we’re delighted that we can now catch a RyanAir flight to Dublin direct from Glasgow Airport – it’s going to make our Dublin trips far easier from here on in!
It’s been an incredible year for Clanadonia so far and it keeps getting better. Clanadonia are delighted to feature their music in Sony’s American TV drama “Outlander”. Since launching last weekend it has become a huge hit with it’s launch becoming the most watched debuts for a cable series in history!
The series is set to feature music from the band’s album “keep it tribal” which is available for sale on our website. If you get to watch the show, be sure to keep an ear out for Clanadonia’s tribal backdrop
Here’s the trailer for the tv series below…
Recent article in the Sun Newspaper about the band…