Springbank Campbeltown Loch 100% Scotch Whiskies 2023 46% NV

€ 38,50 (ex Vat)
46,59 (in Vat)
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Distillery Springbank, Glen Scotia, Glengyle
Bottler OB
Serie 100% Campbeltown Whiskies
Bottled for
Distilled date NV
Bottling date 06.09.2023
Country Scotland
Region Campbeltown
Cask Type Bourbon and Sherry
Cask Number Bottlecode 23/177
Alcohol percentage 46
Volume 0,70
Condition Perfect
Label Perfect
Stock 3
Volume 0,70
Condition Perfect
Label Perfect
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Campbeltown Loch 100% Scotch Whiskies 2023: A Celebration of Campbeltown's Finest Distilleries

Campbeltown, a picturesque coastal town on the southern tip of the Kintyre Peninsula in Scotland, holds a special place in the world of whisky. Known for its rich whisky heritage and distinct maritime influence, Campbeltown is home to a handful of renowned distilleries, including Springbank, Glen Scotia, and Glengyle. These distilleries have come together to create a truly remarkable blend, the Campbeltown Loch 100% Scotch Whiskies 2023. Bottled on 7th March 2023, this exceptional blend is an ode to the single malts that have made Campbeltown famous among whisky connoisseurs worldwide.

A Harmonious Blend:

The Campbeltown Loch 100% Scotch Whiskies 2023 is a carefully crafted blend that brings together the best of Campbeltown's distilleries. It combines the unique characteristics and flavors of Springbank, Glen Scotia, and Glengyle, creating a harmonious symphony of Campbeltown whisky. Each distillery contributes its own distinct style, resulting in a blend that is greater than the sum of its parts.

Springbank, known for its traditional production methods and commitment to quality, brings depth and complexity to the blend. Its whisky is renowned for its briny, maritime character, with hints of peat and a subtle fruitiness that adds layers of flavor.

Glen Scotia, another historic distillery in Campbeltown, offers a contrasting profile with a focus on fruity and spicy notes. The whiskies from Glen Scotia often exhibit a rich, sweet palate with flavors of orchard fruits, vanilla, and spices, providing a delightful balance to the blend.

Glengyle, the youngest distillery in Campbeltown, adds a touch of vibrancy and freshness to the mix. Its whiskies are known for their lighter, more floral character, complemented by subtle citrus notes and a gentle sweetness.

An Experience Similar to Drinking a Single Malt:

One of the most remarkable aspects of the Campbeltown Loch 100% Scotch Whiskies 2023 is its resemblance to a single malt. The careful selection and artful blending of whiskies from Campbeltown's three distilleries result in a unified expression that captures the essence of a single malt experience. With its rich complexity, layered flavors, and exceptional balance, each sip of Campbeltown Loch offers a journey through the diverse whisky profiles that Campbeltown has to offer.

The Maritime Influence:

Situated on the coast, Campbeltown is greatly influenced by the sea, and this coastal charm finds its way into the whiskies produced here. The Campbeltown Loch 100% Scotch Whiskies 2023 exhibits subtle maritime nuances that evoke images of sea breezes and salt spray. This unique characteristic adds an extra layer of intrigue to the blend, making it a compelling choice for whisky enthusiasts seeking a taste of Campbeltown's coastal terroir.


The Campbeltown Loch 100% Scotch Whiskies 2023 is a testament to the artistry and craftsmanship of Campbeltown's distilleries. By combining the best of Springbank, Glen Scotia, and Glengyle, this blend offers a glimpse into the rich tapestry of flavors that have made Campbeltown whiskies so highly regarded. Whether you are a seasoned whisky aficionado or an eager enthusiast, experiencing a Campbeltown Loch is akin to immersing yourself in the world of single malts, with the added pleasure of exploring the distinct character of Campbeltown. Raise a glass and savor the magic of Campbeltown in every sip.

Whisky Notes (85)

Nose: a sourness is markedly in the foreground. Kiwi and lemon with sourdough. A bit of funky notes (wet carpet, wood oil and slightly rubbery smoke), clay and chalky minerals. Then hints of leather with stewed orchard fruits in the background. Nicely off-beat, typically Campbeltown.

Mouth: quite oily, with the same lemony notes and wet gravel. Dark but lightweight smoke. Faint metallic hints. Cinnamon and black pepper. Then it moves towards more savoury notes like coffee, beef stock and light medicinal notes, as well as some dark chocolate in the very end.

Finish: quite long, with more funky notes again, bittersweet herbs and cold smoke.

Pretty good value again, with a good sense of the dirty, mineral and lightly smoky character of Springbank and Glen Scotia. If you don’t manage to grab Springbank bottles, this may be the perfect introduction to what Campbeltown is all about. A bit young though.

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