The nose is light and smooth. There is a defined dryness with a little honeyed sweetness, a touch of salinity with caramel sweetness. The palate is light and well-balanced. There are gentle notes of cereal sweetness with a hint of dryness, there is a very gentle salty butter note. The finish is of medium-length and dry with a little oak and.
Campbeltown Single Malts are single malt Scotch whiskies distilled in the burgh of Campbeltown, on the Kintyre peninsula in Scotland. Once a major producer of whisky with as many as 28 distilleries, and claiming the title "whisky capital of the world", production has markedly declined. Most of these distilleries have gone out business and little trace of them remains in the Campbeltown area. By 2010 only three distilleries continue to produce whisky in Campbeltown: Springbank, Glengyle, and Glen Scotia. The Springbank Distillery produces three distinct whiskies; Springbank, Hazelburn, and Longrow.