Longrow Peated

The very smoky Longrow Peared is produced by the Springbank Distillery. Very smoky and intense, it is very similar to the near located island of islay. The malt of Longrow is kilned over a peat fire for 48 hours, which is twice as long as the other Springbank bottlings. The Whisky is distilled twice and each year only about 100 casks are bottled.

The very smoky Longrow Peared is produced by the Springbank Distillery. Very smoky and intense, it is very similar to the near located island of islay. The malt of Longrow is kilned over a peat fire for 48 hours, which is twice as long as the other Springbank bottlings. The Whisky is distilled twice and each year only about 100 casks are bottled.

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10244
Springbank
Scotland, Campbeltown
Single Malt Whisky
46%
0.7 l
Original bottling
Chill filtration - Without Artifical colouring - Without
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Nosing
Peat Smoke:
Sweet:
Fruit:
Maritime Notes:
Seaweed:
Vanilla:
Spices:
Bonfire Smoke:
Malt:
Oak:
Zitrus:
Barley:
Medicinal Smoke:
Nuts:
Pear:
Pineapple:
Salt:
Herbs:
Alcohol:
Almonds:
Apple:
Banana:
Caramel:
Floral:
Grape:
Grass:
Ham:
Honey:
Nutmeg:
Peach:
Pepper:
Tropical Fruit:
Tasting
Peat Smoke:
Sweet:
Fruit:
Spices:
Malt:
Oak:
Salt:
Maritime Notes:
Alcohol:
Nuts:
Oil:
Zitrus:
Medicinal Smoke:
Nutmeg:
Vanilla:
Banana:
Bonfire Smoke:
Honey:
Pepper:
Clove:
Ham:
Heather:
Iodine:
Lemon:
Lemon Peel:
Orange:
Pear:
Seaweed:
Herbs:
Finish
Peat Smoke:
Sweet:
Oak:
Spices:
Maritime Notes:
Malt:
Seaweed:
Herb:
Alcohol:
Salt:
Zitrus:
Bonfire Smoke:
Chocolate:
Dark Chocolate:
Fruit:
Grass:
Honey:
Leather:
Medicinal Smoke:
Orange:
Sherry:
Herbs:

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Tasting Notes 3

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26. Jan 2017
Here comes another peated Single Malt that isn't from Islay: Longrow Peated (NAS) from Springbank distillery. The aroma starts promising with intense honey-vanilla sweetness, vegetal peat smoke and unmistakably coastal/briny notes. On the palate, the mouth-warming, dry and utterly spirit-driven arrival is followed by bitter lemons, white pepper and salty peatiness. Its youthfulness shows in the earthy, mineral but surprisingly short finish that is not very substantial. To conclude, it's a fresh and appealing Campbeltown malt but without the 'oomph' of Islay!
RATING: 3.4/5.0 ≙ 85 pts
31. Mar 2021
Nosing:
Peat Smoke Alcohol Ham Honey Bonfire Smoke Zitrus
Taste:
Alcohol Oak Peat Smoke Zitrus
Finish:
Salt Spices Alcohol Sweet
Comment:
very norm peaty type whisky. But when you add a drop of water, you can feel more peat and seaweed flavor.
Palate has more citrus with peaty, still has a little bit strong alcohol.
javis1213
23. Aug 2016
Nosing: Peat Smoke Seaweed Tropical Fruit

Taste: Peat Smoke Salt

Finish: Peat Smoke

Comment: Smoky yet light. Very light comparing to those Islay malts. Another kind of appreciation to peated malts.
redsontour
18. May 2016
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