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A non-age-statement addition to William Grant & Sons growing collection of single grain Scotch whiskies comes in the shape on The Girvan Patent Still No. 4 Apps, which takes its name from the distillery term for 'Apparatus'. No. 4 Apps has been in use at the Girvan distillery in Ayrshire since 1992. The single grain whisky itself spends its maturation in American oak barrels.
Nose: Vanilla, light orchard fruits, bubblegum and cherry lips.
Palate: Candied citrus peels, icing sugar, vanilla and a hint of oak spice. Foam bananas and a little honey.
Finish: Short and sweet with a peppery hint near the end.
Overall: Easy to enjoy, if a little sweet. A suitable introduction to single grain whisky for the uninitiated.
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I like Scotch. This is a bit different and I like it too. Not at all sickly sweet as one described below. I thought I tasted smoke with a very smooth, delicate sweetness.
24th November 2015
Really like this , Very smooth and enjoyable , My girlfriend who usually does not drink whiskey also likes thisAlmost looks like a bottle of wine with it's pale appearancevery fruity with a summery vibe , Hints of grapefuit & vanilla with a smell like freshly cut grass .Brilliant service by the way , received in less than 24 hours with rapid & friendly communication as usual 10/10
3rd January 2015
Nose: Vanilla, some nectarines in custard, a little white chocolate and spice.Palate: Sweet vanilla, a little white chocolate and spice in accord with the nose, a hint of oak and Maple syrup.Finish: A fairly abrupt finish in line with previous notes of spice, white chocolate with some saccharin sweetness.
20th December 2014
Like Haig Club this is a single grain whisky. Like Haig Ckub it's a bit shit.Lacks the oily used chip fat feel of the Haig but replaces it with sickly sweetness that does nothing to hide the lack of flavour or character,Avoid.
Got a little sample from a mate ,Found this to be quite unique as first time trying a single grain ,Pale looking , Light & really smooth , Smell reminded me of freshly cut grass , Fruity with a Slight hint of grapefuit ,Banana, Pineapple and coconut & some vanilla, could even imagine enjoying this by the sea on the beach in the summertime
The nose is very sweet: candy floss and vanilla. The palate is a little grainy with toffee, oak, peach, and orange. The finish is shortish with vanilla and mild spice. It is one of the sweetest whiskies I've tried, much like a whisky liqueur.
Hi there!The Girvan 25yo was first introduce as "Launch Edition". The Girvan 30yo as a "2014 Edition".Is this No-Age-Statement version also marketed in Batches?Thanks, Petr
26th August 2014