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Ladyburn is one of the rarest single malt whiskies available in 21st Century. The distillery built in 1966 was part of William Grant’s Girvan grain complex in Ayrshire. Ladyburn had four stills and basically entire output stayed “in-house” to be used in Grant’s blends. After just 9 years of operation William Grant decided on expansion of Girvan, what meant a death sentence for Ladyburn. The 2015 Signatory bottling released under Rare Ayrshire brand, part of Cask Strength Collection, contains whisky distilled on October 24, 1975 and aged in ex-bourbon barrel no. 3421. Bottled on February 12, 2015 at natural strength of 47,1% abv with an outrun of 166 bottles.
Nose: load of tropical fruits, mangos, papaya, passion fruit, candied lemon peel, marshmallows, butterscotch, vanilla and subtle oaky notes.
Palate: surprisingly fresh and fruity, oranges, pineapple, grapefruits, bananas, hints of honey, vanilla, green tea and some oak tannins in the background.
Finish: medium long, very fruity again, with delicate oakiness and hints of vanilla.