Whisky Review #110: Springbank 2000 15 Years Old Single Cask (Premium Scotch Importers 10th Anniversary Edition)

How can you not love Springbank? Not only are they a family owned and operated distillery, but they produce three distinct styles of whisky ranging from unpeated (Hazelburn), peated (Springbank) to heavily peated (Longrow). They’re also one of the only distilleries which malts their entire barley requirements on site and the Wright family which owns […]

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Whisky Review #107: Campbeltown Triple Threat Part 2 – Glengyle/Kilkerran

Glengyle is one of those distilleries which has been lurking in the periphery and their Kilkerran brand has been well-received on the basis of having released some stunning “Work In Progress” releases over the years. The distillery itself has an interesting history and has both an origin story as well as a resurrection tale. Glengyle […]

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Whisky Review #106: Campbeltown Triple Threat Part 1 – Hazelburn vs Springbank vs Longrow

After a nice 3 week hiatus, I’m back! Prior to my break, I made plans to make this and the next review a two-part look at some of the wondrous whiskies from the Campbeltown region and we will be taking in three expressions which make up the three main pillars of Springbank: namely Hazelburn (Unpeated), […]

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