The other name for Ladyburn distillery!
House Style: Perfumed and dry, and best drunk as an
A rarely seen single malt from the Girvan distillery
owned by William Grant.
The distillery was built in 1963 and was firstly created
to produce grain whisky for the Grants blends.
The malt distillery soon followed on the same site,
about a mile from the Ayrshire coast.
The site was chosen for its good water source, the
availability of labour, good communications via sea and
rail and proximity to the blending halls of Central
Ladyburn was very compact and one man could control the
whole process from mashing to distilling.
While the prime concern behind Ladyburn was to produce a
solid, unexceptional malt for blending, it has now
become a much sought after product due to its rarity as
a single as the distillery closed in the mid 1970s.