What's in a name? Campbeltown Loch Blend whisky is called whisky because it's produced in Scotland. Were it from America it would be spelled Campbeltown Loch Blend whiskey, rather than whisky.
Tasted like Campbeltown Harbour after the fishing fleet left . Rather firewaterish , had to take it with equal quantity water , then it was more palatable . Perhaps this is one of those whiskies that varies from cask batch to cask batch . Wouldn't buy it again unless at a give away price . Big Andy.
21st April 2014
On top of the background Campbeltown taste there is a lot of smoke and a fair bit of peat. A big taste but not unpleasantly so. Excellent value.
10th March 2014
15th February 2014
Sweet goodness, very positive surprise. I fill up a box for free shipping with cheap blends and this was one of them.
just got another 3 bottles & it even betterthan the first , what a find.
19th November 2013
i totally agree with mr T , word for word ,
15th August 2013
very similar to Ledaig Single Malt , maybe a little sweeter , but a lovely dram for my taste ,if you like it smooth & smokey you'll like this
19th July 2013
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!!
10th July 2011
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.
23rd December 2010
A light "aperative" whisky, excellent
25th September 2010