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Girvan 30 year old Woodrows of Edinburgh

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Girvan 30 year old Woodrows of Edinburgh

  • Age: 30 year old
  • Cask Type: Refill Bourbon Hogshead
  • AYS: 29/09/1993
  • Bottled on: 12/02/2024
  • Out-turn: 204
  • STR: 53.7%vol

Girvan Distillery

Girvan Distillery, located in South Ayrshire, Scotland, has a fascinating history deeply intertwined with the whisky industry's evolution. Established in 1963 by William Grant & Sons, the same family behind the iconic Glenfiddich and Balvenie distilleries, Girvan was envisioned as a state-of-the-art grain whisky distillery.

The distillery was built during a time when the whisky industry was experiencing a surge in demand for blended whiskies. With the introduction of continuous column stills, Girvan became one of the pioneers in producing single grain whisky, a key component in many blended Scotch whiskies.

Throughout its history, Girvan Distillery has embraced innovation. In 1992, it installed a unique vacuum distillation system known as the "patent still", which allowed for the production of purer, lighter spirit. This innovation further expanded Girvan's capabilities and contributed to the creation of diverse whisky profiles.

In addition to technological advancements, Girvan has also upheld traditional craftsmanship, focusing on quality and consistency in its whisky production. Over the years, it has released a range of single grain whiskies under various labels, showcasing the depth and complexity that grain whisky can offer.

Girvan's whiskies have garnered recognition and acclaim, both as standalone expressions and as components of renowned blends. The distillery's commitment to excellence has earned it a respected place in the whisky world.

Today, Girvan Distillery continues to thrive under the ownership of William Grant & Sons, remaining at the forefront of grain whisky production while embracing new trends and techniques in the ever-evolving whisky landscape. With its rich heritage, dedication to innovation, and commitment to quality, Girvan Distillery remains an integral part of Scotland's whisky heritage.