Girvan distillery, situated on the southwest coast of Scotland, opened in 1963, on the former site of a munitions factory. For a few years, the single malt Ladyburn (which is now very rare) was produced at the complex. One of the most noticeable structures in the town on Girvan is the distinctive clock-tower. Auld Stumpy, which was built during the 1700s.
This ex-Bourbon barrel, single grain whisky has pronounced aromas of vanilla, custard creams and lively citrus. The palate is surprisingly full and oily with waves of coffee cream, spice and juicy lime. On the finish there is a delicate spicy prickle and lingering vanilla.
Awards and Reviews:
Winner, World Whisky Awards
Unfiltered, Uncoloured Scotch Whisky
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