Longrow whisky is known best for being twice distilled and extremely well peated. Originally produced on the island of Islay, since 1973 it has been produced in Campbeltown on Argyll and Bute. Longrow is one of three single malts produced at the family-owned Springbank Distillery. Located in the highly popular producing area of Campbeltown, once home to 34 distilleries, it is now just one of three distilleries still producing in the area.
Hailing from the Springbank Distillery in West Scotland’s Campbeltown, Longrow whisky is renowned among lovers of the spirit for being a superb example of peated, double-distilled malt.
The picturesque, Loch-side distillery was once at the heart of the whisky industry, at one time Campbeltown boasted an astounding number of thirty-four legal, working distilleries. You’ll find that much of the same methods and traditional techniques used then are still being used by Longrow’s whisky experts to this day,
This respected and protected tradition and process give Longrow whiskies their amazing character profile, twice-distilled to bring out pronounced, earthy notes of peat, smoky flavours and fruity hints of mango.