Part of the Girvan complex built by William Grant's in the early 1960s to provide filling for its 'Grant's' blend, Ladyburn began operation in 1966, but closed just nine years later and now makes vodka for Richard Branson. A handful of distillery bottlings have been released, the most recent in 2000, although there are rumours of the existence o ... Read More »
A 1975 vintage Ladyburn from independent bottlers Signatory. This was distilled in the same year the distillery closed, having only been operational for 9 years, making it one of the rarest single malts around.
A 12 year old official bottling of the ultra rare Ladyburn. Not a distillery per se, Ladyburn was produced from a set of pot stills in a corner of Girvan grain distillery. They were only operational for 9 years (from 1966 to 1975), making this one of the shortest lived single malts to come from Scotland. We estimate this was bottled in the 1980s.