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Springbank Single Malt Scotch Whisky

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Crosshill Loch
J & A Mitchell
Yes by appointment
+44 (0)1586 552085
(Call for visiting hours)
Established in 1828 by Archibald Mitchell , Springbank distillery is Scotland's oldest independent distillery and to this day remains under the control of the Mitchell family who founded the distillery.

The distillery actually produces 3 different malts Springbank, Longrow and Hazelburn. Springbank is distilled 2,5 times. The malt is dried for only 6 hours above a peat fire, then for 24 hours by warm air. The result is a less peaty malt than your normal Campbeltown malt. Springbank is one of just two distilleries that bottle their whiskies at the source, using the original water for the reduction to bottling strength (when they reduce at all). Glenfiddich is the only other.

Every drop of whisky made at Springbank is sold as single malt. It is bottled at many different ages, and with many different finishes. It is quite a unique whisky from a unique distillery.

Springbank Tasting Notes

Springbank 10 Year Old Single Malt.
Colour: Light gold.
Nose: Citrus fruits, pears and a hint of peat.
Taste: Touches of smoke, vanilla, nutmeg, cinnamon and a salty tang.
Finish: Full, rich finish. A little salty, warm and long.

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Springbank Bottlings

Springbank offer you the following choice of single malts:
  • 10 Year Old Single Malt.
  • 15 Year Old New Edition.
  • 10 Year Old 100% Proof.
  • 1991 12 Year Old Bourbon Cask.
  • 21 Year Old Limited Edition.
  • 25 Year Old Frank McHardy Bottling 40th Anniversary.
  • You will find a huge selection of original and independent bottlings of Springbank malt  including many vintages and wood finishes available from top whisky shops such as The Whisky Exchange.

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