Incredibly rich, the influence of the sherrycask is immediately apparent. Sweet, with hints of chocolate - there are also notes of apricot, orange marmalade, almonds and marzipan.
Malty, fruity and elegant. A very well balanced and rounded dram with hints of oak, figs and nuts.
A long, lingering fruity sweetness.
Those enjoying our 12-year-old can expect a beautiful bronze liquid to shine through their dram glass while rich, malty flavours tempt their senses
|Springbank was established in 1828 on the site of Archibald Mitchell’s illicit still.
The distillery is now in the hands of our current Chairman, Hedley G. Wright, Mitchell’s great, great grandson - the fifth generation of the Mitchell family to own and manage Springbank.
Being based in Campbeltown, the once proclaimed ‘whisky capital of the world’, it is no surprise that many of the methods established by our forefathers are still applied in the distillery today.
Our team use traditional production methods and are involved in each and every step of the whisky making process - meaning our whisky is the most handmade in Scotland. Unlike any other distillery in the country, 100% of this process is carried out here on one site, giving us unrivalled control over the quality of the whisky.
Passion and skill are poured into every last drop during production; ensuring whisky drinkers consistently enjoy the tastes and characteristics that have become synonymous with Springbank, Hazelburn and Longrow, the three distinct single malts made at our distillery.
Visitors to Campbeltown can today enjoy learning about the rich history of our distillery during one of our many tours, held by our welcoming and knowledgeable team. The Springbank Society also offers whisky lovers the chance to attend exclusive events and purchase special edition limited release whiskies, bottled especially for society members.
Incredibly proud of the whisky, the area and the history, we are dedicated to preserving the heritage of the distillery so that Springbank can continue to be enjoyed across the world for centuries to come.