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.
Longrow is the peaty whisky produced at Springbank distillery. This whisky has been aged for 6 years in refill bourbon barrels and then finished for 5 years in Australian Shiraz barrels, appropriately from Angove's Long Row winery in Australia.
Made at the Springbank distillery, Longrow differs from its more famous sibling in that it is made with peated barley - and as such shares characteristics with the nearby Islay distilleries. Complex and peaty.
The return of one of a Campbeltown classic: it's the Longrow 18! A legend in its own lunchtime and each batch sells out really quickly. We've only got a few, so this remains STRICTLY ONE BOTTLE PER CUSTOMER.
A 1989 vintage Longrow, the peated malt produced at Springbank distillery. This was aged for 13 years in an ex-sherry butt. Malt Maniac Olivier Humbrecht liked this one so much, he awarded it 91 points.
A special bottling for the Springbank Society. This 1997 vintage Longrow was distilled in 1997 and matured for 8 years in a refill sherry butt. Bottled in July 2005 at cask strength and limited to only 630 bottles.
A 1994 vintage Longrow from independent bottlers (and Springbank distillery's subsidiary) Cadenhead's. This was distilled just two years after Springbank's on-site maltings reopened and was bottled at 11 years of age.