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The Girvan Patent Still No.4 Apps

(70cl, 42%)

The Girvan Patent Still No.4 Apps

Girvan No.4 Apps Bottling Note

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.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

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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Girvan Patent Still No.4 Apps Reviews


I rate this highly bit like green spot picked up three bottles at Waitrose reduced to clear for £35 each very smooth goes well with caramel sea salt truffles five stars

23rd October 2017

Just tried it. Like it.

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 this
Almost looks like a bottle of wine with it's pale appearance
very 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

A Little One Dimensional, But Pleasant

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

Haig Club without the advertising budget

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,


20th December 2014


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

20th December 2014

Girvan Patent Still No4

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.

20th December 2014


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

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