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Campbeltown Fruit Basket 2019 “Pineau des Charentes Cask Finish” Cooper’s Choice (53.5% abv)

This mysterious blended malt whiskey comes from a nearby distillery from Campbeltown, Scotland, where currently only three active distilleries exist (Springbank, Glengyle / Kilkerran and Glen Scotia). The whiskey received a rewarding finish in a Pineau of the Charentes Cask and was bottled at The Cooper’s Choice by the independent bottler Vintage Malt Whiskey Company.


Campbeltown Loch 21 Year

This 21 year blended Scotch whisky is produced by the owners of the Springbank Distillery, J & A Mitchell & Sons. It’s comprised of a 60:40 blend of grain and malt whiskies. The grain is sourced from Girvan, a major grain distillery owned by William Grant in the Scottish Lowlands just on the other side of the Isle of Arran from Campbeltown. J & A Mitchell gives no details about the malt component, other than to say that it is the product of a single distillery. Bottled at 46% ABV.

Kilkerran 12 Year Old (46% abv)

The long-awaited first core product from Kilkerran – a 12-year-old. This lightly peated whisky has been aged in combination of 70% bourbon casks and 30% sherry casks. The distillery was reopened in 2004 after being closed for almost 80 years, and this bottling has been eagerly anticipated ever since.

Kilkerran 8 Year Old Cask Strength (56.5% abv)

A whisky from Campbeltown’s ‘newest, oldest distillery’, Glengyle. Originally closed in 1925, Glengyle was eventually bought in 2000 by Hedley Wright, the great-great nephew of the distillery’s original founder, and re-opened in 2004. Its whiskies are named Kilkerran both to avoid confusion with pre-existing whisky blends, and to pay homage to Saint Kerran, who had a religious cell in Campbeltown.

Kilkerran 8 Year Old Cask Strength 2019 Release (57.1% abv)

Limit of one bottle per customer

Distilled at Glengyle distillery in Campbeltown, this late 2019 expression of Kilkerran cask strength is even more exciting and more anticipated than the last. It has been matured for eight years in re-charred Oloroso sherry casks before being bottled at a cask strength of 57.1% abv. The Craft Cellars crew absolutely love this whisky! You do not want to miss out on this one!



Kilkerran Heavily Peated Batch 2 (60.9% abv)

Another exciting release from Campbeltown, with this latest bottling coming from Glengyle distillery. Kilkerran Heavily Peated Batch 2 has been matured in a combination of ex-bourbon and ex-sherry casks, then bottled at an impressive 60.9% vol. Batch 1 was very well received, we’re expecting big things from this second batch.

Kilkerran Heavily Peated Single Malt Whisky (59.3% abv)

This is the first batch of Kilkerran ‘ Heavily Peated’ Single Malt from the Glengyle Distillery in Campbeltown. Aged in both ex bourbon and sherry casks and bottled at 59.3% ABV this bottle is part of the ‘Peat in Progress Series’.

Longrow 14 Year Old Sherry Cask Matured Whisky (57.8% abv)

A 14-year-old bottling of Longrow aged in Oloroso-sherry casks. Made at the Springbank distillery, Longrow differs from its more famous sibling in that it is made with peated barley. Salty and coastal, with notes of raisins, chocolate orange and prunes.

Longrow 17 Year Old Single Cask (54.6% abv)

First distilled in 1973 Longrow is a double distilled, heavily peated single malt produced at Springbank Distillery in Campbeltown. The malt is peat dried for up to 48 hours to give the whisky a unique Campbel- town-style smoky character. Less than 100 casks of Longrow are filled each year, making this whisky something of a hidden gem worth seeking out.

Longrow 18 Year Old (46% abv)

A double distilled, heavily peated single malt from Springbank, Longrow was first created as an experiment to make a peated whisky in Campbeltown, but today it has become very popular, thanks to its brazen, muscular character.

Longrow 21 Year Old 2019 Limited Release (46% abv)

Limit of 1 per customer

Longrow is a double distilled, heavily peated Single Malt Scotch Whisky produced at Springbank Distillery. The malt is peat dried for up to 48 hours to give the whisky a unique Campbeltown smoky character.

This 21 year old is a nod to history and an exercise in patience. It has taken 21 years of maturation in high quality sherry and bourbon casks to nurture the whisky to this point and if you allow it a moment or two in the glass you will be rewarded as it reveals its deep and inviting smokiness complete with a rich, warming finish.