A collectible piece for Springbank fans. A 1992 vintage 10 year single malt from the distillery in Campbeltown, released under their Longrow name – meaning you can expect a heartily well-peated whisky here!
Whisky fact: 1992 was the year Springbank took up its maltings again, after a period of malting inactivity.
A well-peated 16 year old single malt from the Springbank distillery, released under the Longrow name and bottled for the UK market.
This particular expression was drawn from a single cask – but that’s not quite the whole story. It was initially aged in a fresh bourbon barrel for 7 years, before being moved over to a fresh Chardonnay wine barrel for a further 9 years. Following that, the whisky was bottled at cask strength, with just 360 bottles produced.