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Girvan Distillery was built in 1963 by William Grant & Sons to supply grain whisky mainly for the company blends. The recent expansion increased the distilling capacity to almost 120 million liters of spirit per annum, what puts Girvan in par with Diageo’s Cameronbridge. While most grain distilleries use maize as a main grain Girvan’s mashbill includes 90% of wheat and 10% of malted barley. Single grain whisky has been overshadowed by single malts but in recent years we can see signs of reviving. Girvan Patent Still 25 years old was introduced in 2013 and makes an excellent example of perfectly matured single grain whisky.
Nose: great balance between fruitiness and spiciness, lemons, gooseberries, apples, bananas, cinnamon, ginger, hints of mint and oak.
Palate: spicy and pretty oaky, ginger, lemon pepper, cinnamon, apples, apricots, vanilla, banana bread, a drop of orange liquor and touch of hay.
Finish: medium long and pretty oaky, with notes of vanilla, pepper and lemon peel.