Campbeltown Loch 40

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70 cl








Sweet spices - Fruits



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Campbeltown Loch 40° : Description and customer reviews

This blend produced by J&A Mitchell, containing whiskies at least 5 years old, uses the famous Springbank distillery in Campbeltown as its malt base, as well as a variety of whiskies from around Scotland. The grain is generally sourced from Girvan.

Campbeltown Loch refers to a small stretch of sea south of the Kintyre Peninsula, and was immortalised in a song by Andy Stewart in the 1960s.

Tasting note from Thomas

The nose gathers aromas of fresh fruit (green apples and pears), a hint of apricot and some caramelised sweets. Shortly afterwards, a light smoky squall intervenes with a little fresh cream and semolina cake. The nose is really docile, light, and focused on exploiting its youth.

The texture, in the mouth, is soft but the whole is on the contrary quite lively. One discovers confectionery (barley sugar), porridge, white fruits but above all sweet spices (nutmeg at the top, pepper) with a slight note of smoke. Then we find the fruity flavours associated with a sweet patina and a slightly metallic impression.

The finish is not very long. However, it manages to carry clean aromas of caramelised fruit and barley sugar. The orchard fruit peel comes through after a few seconds.

"A blend that shows lightness and opens with white fruit notes..."

1 opinion

  1. Francois hainaut

    Excellent value for money - a true CAMPBELTOWN!

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