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Campbeltown Loch 21 Year Old 46%

(70cl, 46%)

Campbeltown Loch 21 Year Old 46%

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Campbeltown Loch 21 46 Bottling Note

Made by the owners of the Springbank distillery, J and A Mitchell, the Campbeltown Loch 21 Year Old is made with up to 60% single malt. An absolute top-notch blended whisky, now bottled at 46% abv.

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Campbeltown Loch 21 Year Old 46% Reviews

disappointing

I find the grain to be a bit off putting here. I would rather opt for the Springbank 18 or the Longrow 18 for ten more pounds in price.

4th November 2019

'Tis pity she's a bore, well not quite.. . .

Compared with the older bottlings from the 2012/13 era, this is silly putty and play doh. But in today's market, with fast-slipping quality, it's do-able for what it is. Pretty good price for a 21, eh? I miss ye olde days and I miss the Spirit of Freedom older blend. I can't remember how old i' t'was. Late 20's or maybe 30 years old? I regretfullly only bought one bottle of the lovely lovely stuff before it flew off shelves. And I wish Scotland had stood up for itself and declared independence. After all that's been done to the land over the centuries. Talk about Stolkholm Sydrome. Drink up, drink to forget, drink to remember. Respect yer elders.

10th August 2019

2nd bottle not so good

2nd bottle, 2nd review, 1 year later.

Got to say that I'm less impressed with this batch. Excellent grains in this blend without a doubt - and I'm guessing the balance is Hazelburn 21 that Springbank have been unable to sell on, because there is ZERO springbank character, no peat and little distinction whatsoever. The overall impression is an incredible smoothness, custard, slight tropical fruit, faint coal smoke, and maybe a frangiapani tropical flowers scent.

Yes its definitely a quality drink, with a price to match. Its just that to my taste this is more like a very high quality Japanese blend (and that is a good thing) and not exactly a product of the Springbank stable.

3rd May 2016

Possibly a holy grail moment.

I'm not a 'wee dram' sipper given to flowery descriptions

Previously I've bought Springbank: Green, 12 c/s, 15, Longrow RED - and this bottle is much, much better than all of them. Yes its not cheap but the depth and complexity is absolutely amazing.

10th February 2015

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