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A 12 year old triple distilled malt from Springbank, very good indeed. This was first released in August 2009, with a limited release of just 3,900 bottles.
Nose: Pungent and aromatic with notes of dried fruits, plenty of sherry integration with notes of citrus, toffee and nuts.
Palate: Spicy on the palate, nutty and cocoa rich, oak, coffee, gentle peat.
Finish: Coffee, spices, citrus, chocolate, long finish.
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Probably one of the finest single malts, I have enjoyed.Best value at +- BP 41.00Silken, soft and mellow to the taste. No afterburn (albeit the name has a "burn" element to it.
30th December 2016
Nice whisky with just a little hint of smoke.
17th August 2016
Based on the suggestion in another review, gave this one a long time to open up. Nose of citrus and slight peat. Mild with gentle whole mouth feel.
14th December 2015
I'm a big springbank fan but found elements of a 2010 bottling that i just didn't like. My bottle wasn't 5 star.
19th June 2015
Most excellent.. the Coffee note really stands out..
5th October 2014
A really good Campbeltown . Full of surprises, the fruits, light oil on the palate. With just a perfect amount of peat on the finish. Just be sure to let it sit awhile.
2nd April 2014
This is a very different malt than the 15 & 18 years by Springbank. The triple distillation definitely gives it a lighter style, yet it is dominated by rich deep fruit and spice flavors. I get little to no peat here. Delicate silky texture is a plus and enjoyable, but if you prefer the thick oily texture of Springers you won't find it here. I thought it was extraordinary...though my preference is for a slightly more robust whisky with hints to moderate peat and thus I prefer the Springbank 15 and 18 years. These two are simply my favorite of all Scottish whiskies so I'm comparing the Hazelburn to the best. That being said...some of the classic Springbank character comes through with banana and coconut...and thus Hazelburn 12 would best any sherried Speyside I have tasted which is more comparative of its character with the vanilla, toffee, chocolate, spice, and obvious sherry.
11th December 2013
Superb. Enough said.
9th December 2013
This is truly an exceptional malt for the money. In my opinion, it blows away the 15-year Springbank for basically the same price. Compare this favorably to the Springbank 18-year and the singlecask 19-year (cask 482). Not quite as oily as the 18 or 19-year offerings. But classic deep, tones that linger nicely on the palate. An excellent example of what Campbeltown has to offer.
5th April 2013
Forgot the mark..
11th March 2013
Among the best from Springbank,That cocoa signature with a smooth lingering complexity of walnuts and fruits, fabulous