Springbank / Springbank

Longrow 18 Year Old (2017) Review

Longrow 18 Year Old (2017) Longrow, the heavily peated version of Springbank, is a dram i've not had a huge amount of times but i have enjoyed many i have had.

I was really surprised with this as there is some smoke there but it's very light and much sweeter than i was expecting with definite tinned fruit, juicy fruit chewing gum etc.

hugely tasty stuff, if you see one grab it.

Sold out at Master of Malt and other specialists, keep an eye out for more like this in the future.

Tasting Notes & Details

Nose

Juicy fruit chewing gum, oily and a little coastal saltiness, toffee peanuts, peanut brittle a little hint of peat but nothing much, this is much lighter than I was expecting

Palate

Chantilly cream that's been maxxed with a salty water chaser and sweet fruity juice from a del Monte tin

Finish

Sweet and juicy

Bottle Details

Bottle Name: Longrow 18 Year Old (2017)
Age: 18
ABV: 46.00
Distiller: Springbank
Bottler: Springbank
Type: Single Malt
From: Scotland, Campbeltown
Posted: 22/09/2017 by Tom



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