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Campbeltown Whisky

Campbeltown whiskies are a curious mix. Characteristics include a defined dryness with a pungency, smoke and a solid salinity. Imagine a cross between the Lowlands and the Western Highlands with a pinch of salt thrown in for good measure.

There was a time when Campbeltown was the most prolific of all of Scotland’s whisky regions. Around a century ago there were as many as twenty-eight distilleries in the geographically smallest of Scottish appellations. Today there are but three: the newly founded Mitchell’s Glengyle, though it will be a few more years ‘til any Glengyle single malt whisky is bottled, Glen Scotia and Springbank, a distillery which produces three very different whiskies using different levels of peat and still combination. Campbeltown sits on the Mull of Kintyre peninsula protruding from the western coast, ‘mist rolling in from the sea’. It is the proximity to the coast that gives the whisky its salty tang. Campbeltown single malts are often superb aperitifs.

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A 5 year old blended whisky from Sprinbank's owner J and A Mitchell. This Campbeltown Loch blend has Longrow and Springbank whisky in it.  More info
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Produced at one of Campbeltown's three distilleries, this is a new, smartly packaged version of the classic Glen Scotia 12. It comes at higher strength than before, and as such offers a great deal...  More info
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The 12 year old core bottling from the Glen Scotia distillery, there are now just two other distilleries in Campbeltown. Glen Scotia has actually halted production, though they continue to mature...  More info
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$45.66
Single cask Campbeltown whisky. This was distilled in March 1992 at the Glen Scotia distillery. Matured for 15 years in a sherry butt and bottled by Douglas Laing in December 2007. A release of 707...  More info
Produced in Campbeltown at the Glen Scotia distillery, this was aged for 16 years in a bourbon cask before bottling. Very good stuff.  More info
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$79.83
A wonderful 17 year old Glen Scotia, with an interesting story. First off, this was aged in bourbon barrels, before Murray McDavid got hold of it. They took it to the Bruichladdich distillery where it...  More info
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Campbeltown has a mighty history but sadly today only three distilleries remain in what is now the smallest Scotch whisky region. Thankfully, the reportedly haunted, Glen Scotia is one of the...  More info
An 18 year old Campbeltown single malt distilled on the 17th April 1991 and aged in hogshead number 1045 before bottling on the 15th December 2009. A release of 419 bottles.  More info
A single cask from the Glen Scotia distillery in Campbeltown. This was distilled in May 1991 and aged in cask number 71375 for 18 years before bottling in April 2010 as part of a release of 252...  More info
This was distilled at the Glen Scotia distillery in Campbeltown in March of 1992, and aged in a refill hogshead and finished in a sherry cask before bottling in April 2010. A release of 222 bottles...  More info
An 18 year old, single cask Glen Scotia, aged in a sherry hogshead before bottling in 2011 for Douglas Laing's Old Malt Cask range. A beautifully dark whisky…  More info
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$117.34
Distilled at Campbeltown's Glen Scotia, a relatively small distillery, in 1992, and bottled by Berry Brothers in 2008 at 16 years of age.  More info
Distilled in 1992 at Glen Scotia in 1992 and aged for 15 years before bottling by Gordon and MacPhail.  More info
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Part of a release of just 350 bottles from Glen Scotia Cask number 511, an ex-bourbon barrel, distilled on 23rd July 1999 and bottled on 26th April 2007.  More info
A single cask from Glen Scotia, cask number 525 bore just 330 bottles, distilled on 23rd July 1999 and bottled on 15th June 2006.  More info
Distilled at Glen Scotia, on the 17th April 1991, this was aged for 20 years in two hogsheads, before bottling by Signatory on the 24th May 2011. A release of 407 bottles.  More info
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Distilled at the Glen Scotia distillery on the 17th April 1991 and matured for 17 years in hogshead number 1043 before bottling on the 8th December 2008 by Signatory. A release of 359 bottles.  More info
Part of a release of just 350 bottles of Glen Scotia from Cask number 337, distilled on 30th June 2000 and bottled on 18th June 2006.  More info
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A single cask Signatory bottling at 43% of the 'other' Campbeltown Distillery, Glen Scotia. An outturn of 409 bottles.  More info
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Distilled in May 1991 at the Glen Scotia distillery before a 21 year maturation period in cask 710394, this Campbeltown whisky was bottled in October 2012 at natural cask strength. An independent...  More info
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Single malt Scotch whisky from one of the few remaining Campbeltown distilleries, Glen Scotia. This independently bottled whisky was distilled in April 1991 and bottled in April 2013, making it 22...  More info
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A 32 year old single cask from Signatory. This was distilled on the 28th April 1977, matured for 32 years in hogshead number 979 and bottled on the 7th April 2010. A release of 207 bottles of cask...  More info
This was distilled at the Glen Scotia distillery in June of 1977 before 32 years ageing in hogshead number 1691 before bottling by Ian MacLeod for the Dun Bheagan range in 2010. A release of 210...  More info
A single bourbon barrel matured Glen Scotia (aged in cask number 847 for 33 years). This was bottled by Signatory on the 21st August 2007 and bottled at cask strength in 219 individually numbered...  More info
Distilled on the 5th September 1977 and aged in hogshead 2751 for 33 years, this single cask Glen Scotia was bottled for Signatory's award-winning Cask Strength Collection.  More info
$216.62
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