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Springbank Scotch Whisky Distillery

Springbank Distillery, Campbelltown, Argyll PA28 6EJ
Tel: +44 (0)1586 552085

Springbank Distillery General Information
Current Owners click for detailsJ. & A. Mitchell
Location Campbeltown
Water source Crosshill Loch.
Stills 6 x wash still and 3 x low wines stills
Capacity per year 750,000 Litres
Status Active/Producing

Springbank Distillery History
1828 Established
1837 John & William Mitchell
1897 J. & A. Mitchell & Co. Ltd
1926-35 Silent
1935-Present day Still under same family ownership
1960 Maltings closed
1969 J. & A. Mitchell purchased Cadenhead Independent bottlers
1979 Mothballed
1987 Limited production
1992 Malting re-opened
1997 First production of the future Hazelburn malt
1999 Dha Mhile, the World's first organic single malt is launched

Springbank Distillery Comments
The owners do not chill filter or add artificial colour to their whisky.
One of only two distilleries to produce, mature and bottle their product on the same premises. They even malt their own barley.
Present owners are direct descendents of the original Mitchells.
The distillery has three stills, although this does not mean a complete triple distillation occurs - only a part of the spirit is distilled three times.
The distillery also bottles a whisky called Longrow, named after a former distillery situated opposite.

Springbank Distillery Bottlings
Springbank 10 Year Old
Springbank 12 Year Old
Springbank 15 Year Old
click for detailsSpringbank 21 Year Old
Springbank 25, 30, 35, 40, 45, 50 Year Old

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