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Campbeltown 28 Year Old Whisky

A 28-year-old whisky carries the weight of time. Every year it has spent maturing adds depth and complexity. With each season, it has absorbed the environment's nuances. When you enjoy a glass, you're not just having a drink; you're connecting with a long history.

Campbeltown, nestled in Scotland's Kintyre Peninsula, has a rich whisky past. At one time, this town was home to more than 30 distilleries. Notably, the Springbank distillery, set up in the 1820s, stands out. Its longevity is impressive, but it's their dedication to age-old whisky-making methods that truly distinguishes it. A sip of a 28-year-old whisky from Campbeltown tells this story.

The way this region produces its whisky is special. They use mineral-rich waters from local springs, giving a unique starting point. Traditional methods, such as using old-style malting floors and direct-fired stills, add further character. When you taste a 28-year-old whisky from here, there's a wealth of flavours to explore.

The taste often carries a hint of the sea, a nod to Campbeltown's coastal position. This salty note blends well with undertones of dried fruit, a touch of oak, and, occasionally, a bit of peat. Drinking a 28-year-old whisky from this region is like taking a journey, both through time and across a distinctive Scottish landscape.

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