Springbank 10 year old

Apr 26, 2017 2 Comments by

Alcohol:50
Region:Campbeltown
Color:Deep bronze
Nose:Dried apricots, ginger, buttery toffee and marzipan
Body:Full and assertive
Palate:Sweet oak, very full bodied, malty and rich; honey and wood.
Finish:Lingering sweetness complimented by a hint of smoke and sweet
First Tasted:July 2008
Price: $$$
Number: 229
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2 Responses to “Springbank 10 year old”

  1. Phil W says:

    My absolute favourite single malt (only because I can’t afford/get my hands on the 15 year old!)! Perfect marriage of Highland and Island styles. A grown-ups Highland Park.

  2. The britannia says:

    This is my current fav scotch single malt. Nice well rounded, sweet oaked flavour. Plenty of deep complexity, very very enjoyable whisky, and proving to be a great seller.

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