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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.

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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.

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Kilkerran 8 Year Old Cask Strength (55.7% 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.

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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.

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Longrow Peated Single Malt (46% abv)

A pale lemon yellow with green highlights; forward peat smoke on the nose, with medicinal, roasted grain and fragrant oak notes; relatively light in body and texture, with peaty flavours countered by sweet honey and malt; the finish is very long, with ever-present smoky notes and an alluring, honeyed sweetness.

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Longrow Red 13 Year Old Malbec Finish(51.3% abv)

The 2017 release of Longrow Red was aged initially for 12 years in bourbon barrels, before being finished for 15 months in Malbec casks. Smoky and fruity with notes of sea spray, apple, plum, rhubarb and cherry.

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Longrow Red Cabernet Franc 11 Year Old (55.9% abv)

A 11 year old Longrow single malt Scotch whisky from the fantastic Springbank distillery in the Campbeltown region. This one has been treated to Cabernet Franc wine casks before being bottled at 55.9% ABV, resulting in intense fruit notes. Lots of red berry notes here, with a touch of orange and familiar Longrow smokiness too.

Superbly well balanced peated malt 55.9% ABV.

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Springbank 12 Year Old (56.3% abv)

Our 12-year-old edition, always bottled at cask strength, is a wonderfully balanced dram that boasts a smooth buttery body and rich fruity palate. Add a drop of water to release milk chocolate and vanilla notes.

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Springbank 15 Yr Old (46% abv)

Like a storm gathering off the Kintyre coast, our 15-year-old Springbank is dark and ominous, yet delicious. Best enjoyed after dinner or with your favourite cigar, this is a true classic.

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Springbank 18 Year Old (46% abv)

A rusty copper colour, our 18-year-old is full of authority and is truly a classic, full-bodied dram. With a delicious nose, this whisky will tempt you in and hold your attention as you uncover its unique palate and finish.

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Springbank 21 Year Old (46% abv)

With its warm golden glow, our 21-year-old is inviting, creamy and offers unbelievable complexity. The maritime influences uncovered in this single malt will take you on a journey to its Campbeltown home.

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Springbank 25 Yr Old (46% abv)

A 25 year old single malt Scotch whisky from the Springbank distillery, located in Scotland’s Campbeltown region. They mature this expression in Sherry and bourbon casks, before allowing it to marry in refill Port casks.

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