The smallest and perhaps the most unknown of the whisky regions of Scotland. Campbeltown hosts only three operational distilleries. The malts are famous for a significantly earthy and coastal quality.

One of the most impressive of the distilleries is perhaps Springbank who can proudly claim to produce whisky all the way from the growing of the barley to the bottling of the final product on site! Only a handful of distillers in Scotland can claim this. 


Glen Scotia 15
The Glen Scotia 15 comes from one of Scotland's best kept secrets in terms of distilleries. Located in Campbeltown, in...
Glen Scotia 1992 Connoisseurs Choice by Gordon & Macphail
An exceptional single cask bottling on the Campbelltown distillery Glen Scotia aged 36 years, one of only 200 bottles.   Region: Campbelltown  Age/Name: 26...
Glen Scotia Double Cask
The other Campbeltown distllery, often over shadowed by its more famous counterpart and only in production for part of the...
Glen Scotia Victoriana
Made to celebrate the Victorian era much celebrated in the distilleries home town, Campbeltown. Casks a specially selected by Glen...
Hazelburn 13 Year old Olorosso Cask
Unpeated single malt from the Campletown distillery, Springbank, matured exclusively in Oloroso Sherry casks for 13 years. Distilled October 2003...
Kilkerran 8 Year Old Cask Strength
A limited edition cask strength 8 year old Kilkerran single malt whisky from Glengyle distillery in Campbeltown. Matured exclusively in...
Longrow 18 year Old
The most heavily peated whisky produced at the Springbank Distillery on Campbeltown.  Longrow was first created as an experiment to...
Longrow Peated
Springbank distillery first produced heavily peated spirit in 1973, naming it after Longrow, a lost distillery from Campbeltown. Less than...
Longrow Red 13 year old Malbec
The fifth release in the Longrow red series, the 13 year old Malbec cask. Unlike some of the earlier editions...