Springbank 12 year old Cask Strength (70cl 56.3%)
This 12-year-old edition Campbeltown Single Malt Whisky from Springbank Distillery, is always bottled at cask strength, is a wonderfully balanced dram...read more
Producer Tasting Notes
Classic Springbank with aromas of our damp dunnage warehouses alongside parma violets, vanilla and cocoa. Plenty of fruit too with prominent notes of pear and candied fruits.
Bold and beautifully rounded. Vanilla and pepper notes are present alongside stewed apples, pear drops, orange marmalade and tropical fruits.
Peaty embers influence this characteristically long finish which also reveals notes of liquorice, oak and salted caramel.
This 12-year-old edition Campbeltown Single Malt Whisky from Springbank Distillery, is always bottled at cask strength, is a wonderfully balanced dram that boasts a smooth buttery body and rich fruity palate. Add a drop of water to release milk chocolate and vanilla notes.
56.3% vol, 70cl
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