Longrow is the peated, double-distilled malt produced at the Springbank distillery in Campbeltown. Springbank is perched on the edge of Campbeltown Loch towards the bottom of the Kintyre peninsula in the West of Scotland, about three hours drive southwest from Glasgow. At one time the heart of the whisky industry, Campbeltown, a small town of ... Read More »
A no-age statement release from Longrow. One of the three whiskies distilled at Springbank distillery, Longrow is generally peaty in comparison to its siblings. A well balanced whisky with some slightly medicinal notes.
A wine cask finished malt from Longrow, part of their regular series of full proof bottlings exploring interesting wood. This one was matured for 11 years in refill bourbon casks before recasking in fresh Burgundy casks for a 3 year finish.
A Springbank Society bottling of the distillery's peaty whisky - Longrow. Distilled in June 1996, matured for 12 years in a Fino sherry but and then bottled at cask strength in April 2009, a few months shy of its 13th birthday. An interesting dram, with the fino wood adding different notes to the more usual dark sherry casks.
A legendary Longrow 1973, bottled at 50% in 1988 by Samaroli as part of their Fragments of Scotland series. This one is interesting as it's less smoky than the OB's of the same vintage (the first year that Longrow was distilled at Springbank), though it still scooped a huge 92 point score from Serge on Whiskyfun.