Interesting fact… Campbeltown Loch Blend whisky spells its name whisky as it originates in Scotland. Had it been produced in America its name would be Campbeltown Loch Blend whiskey, instead of whisky.
A light "aperative" whisky, excellent
This is a fine Whisky at a very nice price. However, as a fan of Springbank and Longrow (from which this is supposed to come), I was surprised by the strong peatiness and smokiness (beyond even the Longrow) of the Campbeltown Loch Blend. Don't get me wrong; very nice, but I was curious where the extra peat and smoke came from. Definitely recommended, but don't expect a Springbank. Expect a Longrow on steroids.
The poorest whisky I've ever tasted, even worse than William Lawson's.
Good nose (like flowers) but a firey taste. I had to add some Talisker malt to improve it. I don't think I'll buy it again!!