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Springbank 12yo

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Springbank 12yo Cask Strength 54.8% (Available from Friday 1st February 2019)

Welcome to the first Society Newsletter of 2019!

We are pleased to announce the upcoming release of the new Springbank 12yo Cask Strength.

The latest edition of the Springbank 12yo Cask Strength departs from the typical maturation recipe and has been matured in 50% Bourbon and 50% Sherry casks.  The ABV is 54.8%.

Tasting Notes

Nose: Old fir trees – pine needles. Just like when you’re cleaning up all the pine needles from your Christmas tree. Werther’s original sweets, digestive biscuits, heather and honey.

Palate: Rich & Malty; milk chocolate, honey, creme brulee and caramel shortcake. Then sandal wood shavings with typical Springbank coastal notes of sea salt and brine.

Finish: Fruit notes with lemon zest, orange and hints of ginger.

This bottling will be available from Friday 1st February – please note that the release date in various markets and countries is likely to vary. For details on when the Springbank 12yo Cask Strength is available near you please consult your preferred Springbank retailer or visit the “Where to Buy” section of our website to find a Springbank stockist.

  • The Campbeltown Cadenhead shop will be selling this bottle for £49.50
  • The 10% Society discount can be applied to this bottling.
  • This is not a Society exclusive release.

Coming Soon…

As if the announcement of the new Springbank 12yo CS is not enough excitement for one Society email we are also delighted to confirm our next two distillery releases.

In February we will also be releasing the next Springbank 25yo and the latest edition in the Longrow Red series, the 11yo Pinot Noir cask matured bottling.

We will be announcing full details of both of these bottlings in the next Society Quarterly Newsletter, which will be sent out to you soon.

Slainte,

The Springbank Team

To join the Springbank Society please contact them at  society@springbank.scot

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