Springbank 8 Years Old Black Label Brown Glass 40% Damaged Label NV

€ 1.250,00 (ex Vat)
1.512,50 (in Vat)
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Distillery Springbank
Bottler OB
Serie Black Label
Bottled for Export Only
Distilled date Not Specified
Bottling date 1960's-1970's
Country Scotland
Region Campbeltown
Age 8
Cask Type
Cask Number
Alcohol percentage 40
Volume 1,0
Condition In Original Box, into neck
Label Perfect

Professional reviews

BOW (93)

Black Label -Screw Cap - Brown Glass

This is an old vintage bottle and the closure and label may have deteriorated; When opening care should be taken. The item is sold as described.

Parafilm and foil will be added as exta protection when sold.

Serge Valentin (92)

By Angus McRaild:

Colour: white wine. Nose: It’s this style that recalls the late 70s UK 12yo from the glass bottle. All purity, minerals, waxes, putty, metal polish and chalky medicines. Lime, cough syrups, spearmint and sandalwood. There’s also these wee coastal and lemony qualities that nod into the future towards more contemporary Springbank styles. Considering this was probably distilled in the early 1960s I would say that’s a pretty impressive and resilient link of DNA. There a funny duality of fragility and fragrance alongside crispness and power about the nose. Compelling and very beautiful. Mouth: pow! Hugely impressive arrival. You would think it was above 46%. Mineralic, vegetal, copper, oily rags, tool boxes, hessian and various cooking oils. Notes of gorse, putty, anthracite and pine resin. Unusual and beautifully old school. Finish: surprisingly long, warming, peppery, slightly bitter and herbal with these notes of marjoram and thyme. Comments: Fresh sherry or tired refill; natural strength or 43%; old or young: these old Springbanks can just seem indomitable. But this is what happens when you focus on making incredible distillate - you strip away the necessity for active wood to cover a dearth of personality.

Springbank - 8 Years Old  Black Label Brown Glass 40% NV

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