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Springbank 12 Year Old Green

(70cl, 46%)

Springbank 12 Year Old Green

Springbank 12 YO Green Bottling Note

Springbank Green is one of two expressions from the distillery in the Campbeltown region introduced in the latter half of 2014. It is a 12 year old single malt Scotch whisky matured entirely in bourbon casks and bottled at a pleasing 46% ABV. The result is creamy and sweet with classic Springbank peatiness giving depth and a hint of coastal air.

This bottle was part of a private collection - if you'd like more detailed photos just get in touch!

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Springbank 12 Year Old Green Reviews

Elegant, light, extremely good.

Unusually pale, especially with a drop of water. So the nose is surprising - you just dont expect such a pale spirit to be catch your interest before you even touch the glass. Unusually for a Sringbank, peat is to the fore.
This is the opposite to 'big, bruiser, over sherried, over peated' ((and often over regarded)) whiskey. It's incredibly balanced and restrained - and I totally agree with MOM's bottling notes.
To my taste it's exceedingly drinkable neat, yet a drop of water does extend the depth. Not cheap, but definitely worth it.

28th November 2014

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