Country Scotch Whisky
Region Scotch Whisky
Distillery/Brand Glen Scotia
Style Single Malt Whisky

Glen Scotia Campbeltown

One of the first bottling of Glen Scotia to be released for the Travel retail market, Campbeltown 1832 refers to the region in which the distillery resides, and the year the distillery was founded. The whisky itself features punchier peat than your standard Glen Scotia, and has been finished in Pedro Ximénez casks, making for an intriguing juxtaposition between peatiness and sweetness.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose Dates, oatcakes and smoked cheese, with orange peel cutting through.

Palate Salted caramel, cooked fruit (apple and strawberry), coastal smoke.

Finish Sea salt and waves of honey.

Allergy information

This product does not contain any notifiable allergens
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Reviews for Glen Scotia Campbeltown 1832
My new favourite?
Might just be the perfect balance for sweetness and a hint of peat, lovely dram, mellow and spiced fruit, chocolate bitterness and a dry cereal finish with a salty tang. Leaves me wanting more.
Alan M , United Kingdom
2 years ago
Ignore the taste, relish the finish
Campbeltown 1832 is special. If you look just to taste it then it may not seem so at first. However, let it slide down your throat slooowly and I guarantee you will 'get it'. The finish is extraordinary and lasts for ages in silky smooth waves of gentle warmth. This is a Scotch to be savoured. For pure drinking, I have other favourites, but when it comes to something to relax with and enjoy, I choose the 1832.
Rupert S , United Kingdom
4 years ago
Good value for money
A flavourful, warming whisky.
In my opinion, don't keep open for too long, I thought the last of it tasted a bit sour after a month from opening it
Victor , India
4 years ago
My favourite Campbeltown scotch
Great nose. Some sweetness and vanilla but a nice peet forward.
Master of Malt Customer
5 years ago
Any Springbank will be better.
If straight out of the bottle:
Nose: orange peel
Palate: salt
Finish: salt and ash

With a bit of water and some time / patience it opens up a little and you get hints of dried fruit. But on the whole, pretty average whisky,
Ben A , United Kingdom
5 years ago