Springbank 10 Year Old
Also from Springbank Whisky Distillery
Whisky or Whiskey
Insider knowledge: Springbank 10 Year Old whisky is named whisky by virtue of the fact it's from Scotland. If distilled in America the spelling would be Springbank 10 Year Old whiskey, as opposed to whisky.
Springbank 10 Bottling Note
The 10 year old from the Springbank distillery in Campbeltown, a mixture of both bourbon and sherry matured whisky.
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The nose is big-bodied with oaked aridity. The peat is present and quite pungent with an earthen rootiness. Notes of exotic fruits and a hint of salinity. The palate is full-bodied with a good helping of cereal sweetness. There is a richness to the peat, with a dark nuttiness and whirling smoke. The finish is long and crisp with a coastal tang and a trailing peat with oaked dryness.
George - Springbank 10
A great and very different dram!
Bourbon side of whisky
Definately more peaty than I'd thought it would be. It's the first thing that hits you on the nose and it stays in the taste. Its most defining characteristic (to me, at any rate) is its combination of oaky dryness and subtle tropical fruityness (particularly if you give it a little splash of water and a couple of minutes in the glass). I didn't get many of the typical sherry notes, save for a slightly sulphorous overtone on the nose. A particularly dry, tangy malt with mild peaty smokiness always present. Very nice stuff.
11th December 2009
To me it was really a Bourbon Barrel Edition. Though it had't the freshness of bourbon Bruicladdich editions. Non chill-filtered and no caramel added. This is a very good 10yo incarnation.
18th February 2010
This is my first bottle of Campbeltown and I'm not dissapointed, this offers something very different from the rest of my collection. Intense oak and damp earth with a lovely middle sweetness and strong sea air and brine. Has a lot to offer for a 10yo NCF (Thumbs up) No Caramel Colour (two Thumbs up) What a cracking dram and agreat standard expression ..15 yo next!
20th September 2012
Really enjoyable, boasting a great maturity for a ten year old; a fantastically atmospheric malt. Really enjoyable with seafood, or even surf and turf. Nose: Earthy and warm, spicy peatiness melds with salt caramel very harmoniously. Palate: Full with barley sweetness, like riding a wave of salted caramel with that beautifully balanced peat weaving its way into the medley. Finish: Rich smoke. Sweetness gives way to a salty tang. Long and satisfying, oak infused with the smells and tastes of the coast.
18th April 2013