Longrow 18 year old Single Malt Whisky
This very rare discontinued version of Longrow 18 year old was limited to a run of only 2280 bottles. We also believe it was bottled in 2011, making it a 1993 distillation.
Springbank was the first distillery in Scotland to distill and bottle three different types of malt :
Springbank, Longrow and Hazelburn using three different production methods.
It is also unique amongst Scotland’s distilleries in that all parts of the production process.
From the traditional floor malting to bottling, are carried out in one location.
None of the malts are chill filtered and no caramel is added.
The malt is dried for 6 hours over a peat fire. Then a further 24 hours over hot air.
Distilled two and a half times.
By far the peatiest of Springbank’s whiskies. First distilled in 1973.
The malt is dried for 48 hours over a peat fire. To give it its big smoky character.
The malt is dried over hot air only. No peat at all.
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