The Maltman Springbank Sherry Cask 17 Year Old Single Malt Scotch Whisky (700ml)

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The Maltman Springbank Sherry Cask 17 Year Old Single Malt Scotch Whisky (700ml)

Campbeltown, SCOTLAND
$199.99 Bottle
  • ABV 46%

"Rather saltier and smokier than other Springbanks, by the way, it’s got something a little Longrowy." - Serge Valentin

This should grab the attention of Springbank devotees! An indie 17 year old Single Cask matured in ex-Sherry oak. Distilled in May 1995 and bottled at 46% ABV in 2012. Great review from Serge Valentin below.

Other reviews... Colour: gold. Nose: starts on rhum agricole, goes on with more coal smoke mingled with some kind of dry sherry, and develops more on overripe apples, ink, touches of plastic (new car, not unusual with Springbank in my experience) and brine. It’s got a faint dusty and dirty side that’s not unpleasant at all – not that it’s perverted, eh! Mouth: typical, big and rather thick yet nervous and ‘quick’, with a wee metallic touch followed by citrons, some kind of polish, kippers, some walnut skin (from the sherry?) and then more salt and brine. I enjoy this a lot and what’s more, it’s balanced and it was bottled at a perfect drinking strength. Finish: long, with –more oranges and always this slightly metallic touch. Orange squash, menthol cigarette. Comments: maybe not for beginners – or better yet, a very nice introduction to a style that beginners usually don’t know of. Rather saltier and smokier than other Springbanks, by the way, it’s got something a little Longrowy. 87 points. - Serge Valentin, ww.whiskyfun.com