Longrow Triple Review [CV, Peated, 7 Gaja Barolo]

Campbeltown. The region that’s only sometimes included in the regions list.

At one time Cambeltown had more whisky makers in it’s city than any other region in Scotland. And then… I assume the 80s happened, because let’s be honest, even if it wasn’t, I feel fine blaming the 80s for something else.

Anyway, in the last few years, the region has been slowly coming back into force. If you’ve been around here you’ll see that Springbank gets a lot of love. And Springbank deserves it.

End of post, right? Anyway, awhile ago I did a double review of Hazelburn, which is the other third of single malts from Springbank. And since I’m a peat fan, it’s only fair that I do Longrow, the heavily peated side of Springbank.

Thanks to /u/ounknownto for the sample of CV, /u/UncleTobys for the Gaja Barolo, and past me for the sample…

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