Springbank is perched on the edge of Campbeltown Loch towards the bottom of the Mull of Kintyre 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 around 5000 souls boasted an incredible thirty-four legal working distilleries and proclaimed itself t ... Read More »
A long-aged cask strength Springbank 1969 bottled from a single refill sherry butt by Signatory as part of the Cask Strength Collection. Lovely natural colour on this, not too dark, so there should be plenty of distillery character remaining.
An old dumpy bottle of Springbank's famous 21 year old single malt. This is one of a series of bottlings of 21yo informally referred to as 'parchment label' that appeared in the late 1980s and early 1990s. This particular bottle is 75cl with a gold J. Archibald Mitchell motif on the label and has a great reputation amongst serious Springbank aficionados, with several scores in the 90s from the Malt Maniacs.
A 1967 vintage whisky from Springbank distillery, specially selected by Cadenhead's for their Chairmans Stock series and bottled at its natural cask strength of 46.8% after 32 years in a sherry hogshead - this should be absolutely fantastic.
A very special edition of Springbank 21yo bottled only for directors & staff, this was the first bottling done to commemorate the new millennium, meaning the whisky in the bottle would have been distilled in the 1970s.
This 'Green Springbank' is legendary in collectors circles, not only for its curious colour, presumably the result of a full-term maturation in a rum cask, but also for its incredible flavours. Serge Valentin rated the sister bottling of at 93 points on whiskyfun.