Campbeltown, during the mid-1800s, was the epicentre of Scotland's distilling industry, with 28 distilleries at one stage in the 1830s. Today, however, this number has dwindled to just three: Springbank, which also produces the peated Longrow and the unpeated Hazelburn; Glen Scotia; and recent addition Glengyle, home of Kilkerran malt. Read More »
A rare 1967 vintage whisky from Campbeltown's Springbank, one of the two distilleries in the area that survived the rigours of the 20th century. This one has aged for 27 years, picking up a beautiful copper colour, and is sure to be a hit with collectors.
A rare special bottling of 1965 vintage Springbank. Distilled in the year Everest, a British double-glazing and home improvement company, was founded, this was bottled in 1993 in commemoration of The Everest Challenge cycle ride.
The 11th cask that The Scotch Malt Whisky Society bottled from distillery number 27 (Springbank). Distilled in January 1967, it was aged for 23 years before being bottled for the enjoyment of its members in February 1990.
An 18 year old Longrow, the smokier of the drams produced by Springbank, bottled by Cadenhead's. Both Sprinbank and Cadenhead's have been owned by the same company since the 1970s, making this an intriguing bottle.
A 1966 vintage official bottling of Springbank. This was released as part of the highly acclaimed single cask 'Local Barley' series that has proved to be very popular and much sought after. Bottled at 30 years old, this carries a label with depictions of the distillery and its equipment.