The Best 20 Whiskies from Campbeltown
Whisky or Whiskey? Who cares!? But what does define a great whisky? Why some whiskies stand over the rest? What makes a dram the best?
So hard questions... but let me make some ideas clear: older doesn't mean better and more expensive usually doesn't mean better neither. So, this list of delightful bottled pleasures is crafted by using the rating I have assigned to each of them when I have tasted them.
I, over all, love young peated whiskies, mid-age sherried monsters, old bourbon casks whiskies and very old grain whiskies. So, don't get surprised if the list shows this personal preference. You can find whisky recommendations list for a community-built list of best whiskies. Help us improve it even more by recommending your favorite whiskeys.
Without more delays, here is the list of the best Drinks available right now. You may want to see this list with all-time best whiskeys.
The Best 20 whiskies from Campbeltown
Springbank 21 Year Old 2013 ReleaseScotland Single Malt Whisky
“It is a fantastic whisky where the sherry character shines. But if there is anything truly fantastic about this one is its fantastic nose. You must taste this dram at least once in your lifespan”
Longrow 10 year 100 proofScotland Single Malt Whisky
“Shocking nose! Looks much older than the 46% ABV version. Great whisky!”
Longrow 2001 / 11 Year Old / Rundlets& Kilderkins Campbeltown WhiskyScotland Single Malt Whisky
“Fantastic! Nose is so elegant with that notes of vanilla custard and that lovely Ardbeg-ish touch. I will buy another!”
Springbank 10 yearScotland Single Malt Whisky
“Rather good with a good amount of peat and honey and that floral theme playing along all the way.”
Springbank 15 yearScotland Single Malt Whisky
“Good Springbank but my heart belongs to the great Springbank CV.”