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A new release of CV from Springbank. This is the second edition, and CV really does stand for Curriculum Vitae in this case! It is made up of varying ages and styles of whisky from the Campbeltown distillery - great idea huh!
Nose: Toffee sweetness, lots of dried fruit. Plenty of smoke, nutty, marzipan, dried citrus. Coastal as always. Perhaps the faintest hint of sulphur, not unpleasant though.
Palate: Big and full on the palate. Dark sugar, very fruity and spicy, lots of coastal character too, as a surge of smoke develops, good body.
Finish: The oak develops with spicy intent, long and smoky.
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This is a fantastic scotch if you're not a scotch neophyte. The taste is unique: hay, grass, a little smoke, and something sweet in the middle. Very vegetal. There's nothing like it except maybe Craigellechie 13 (at least in my experience). Campbeltown is not Speyside or Islay or Highland; it's a place all its own that I wish got the respect and exposure it deserves. It's too bad this scotch has been dropped by the goofs at the LCBO.
24th June 2016
so I assume you're joking about chairman's vat meaning curriculum vitae. i'd not heard CV before so I had to look it up!
20th April 2013