Single Malt Scotch Whisky
KA26 9PT Scotland
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was a modern distillery which was built in 1966 within the
Girvan grain distillery complex. It was a Lowland partner
to the Highland Glenfiddich
and both distilleries contributed to William Grant's blended
whiskies. However, unlike Glenfiddich, Ladyburn was never
intended for consumption as a single malt. There have been
independent bottlings of Ladyburn, but it's rare and difficult
to find since the distillery closed just a few
years after it was opened. The Girvan grain distillery is
still in operation.
Ladyburn's house style has been described as perfumed and
dry, and best drunk as an aperitif.