Campbeltown was once one of the most prolific regions in Scotland, sadly US Prohibition affected the area and until recently there were only 2 distilleries producing whisky. Campbeltown sits on the Mull of Kintyre and the single malt whiskies from the region reflect this with a slight coastal character. They are known for their dryness and often for their pungency. There are also a few peated releases, for example Longrow, which is produced at the Springbank, with Glen Scotia and Glengyle completing the modern day complement of distilleries.
Single Malt Whisky In Other Regions
Other Campbeltown Styles
Other Whisky Styles