Longrow 23 Years Cask Strength 70 CL 58,1%

Peated Campbeltown Single Malt Scotch Whisky

Autumn release 2022 – Max 1 bottle/customer

An exciting bottling of Longrow – fully 23 years old and even at cask strength! The cask, of the refill sherry butt type, was bottled in 2022 and only 545 bottles could be made. There are a lot of bids, so good luck getting one!

Colour: Light golden.
Aroma: Peat smoke, dried fruit, malt and leather.
Tasting notes: Powerful, deep and complex taste. Maritime notes, peat smoke and dark caramel.

Serving suggestion: Should be enjoyed neat.

At Springbank, 3 distinct types of whiskey are produced, which differ on a number of parameters. The classic Springbank has a light peat smoke. The smoke level is indicated (somewhat imprecisely) with a measurement of phenol in the finished malted barley and is approximately 10-15 “parts per million” (the malt is dried for 6 hours with peat smoke and 30 hours with hot air). Springbank is also distilled 2.5 times. “Longrow” – a strongly smoked variant was first made in 1973. Here the smoke is up to 50-55 ppm, the malt is dried for 48 hours with peat smoke, and it is distilled twice. The newest variant, Hazelburn, saw the light of day in 1997 when they first tried completely unsmoked and triple-distilled whiskey. Of the approximately 175,000 liters the small Campbeltown distillery produces per year, 80% is Springbank, approximately 10% Longrow and 10% Hazelburn.

Regardless of which variant you’re after, Springbank is worth getting to know. It is the favorite distillery of many whiskey geeks and for good reason! As the only distillery in Scotland, they malt all the barley they need themselves. Color is never added and the whiskey is not chill-filtered.

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4.695,00 DKK

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