Whisky Region - Campbeltown

Once a thriving whisky metropolis, Campbeltown is a shadow of it’s former self. The region boasted 30 distilleries and now just three remain - however the variety they produce is huge.
Sweet and fruity, spiced and caramel - and rich peat too.


ABV / Batch variations : Please note, our whiskies are listed promoting their standard ABV as advised by the manufacturer. However, batches can have slight variance. If you are a collector looking for a specific year’s release or ABV, please check with us before placing your order – we’re more than happy to provide more detail and supply photos if required.

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Distillers Editions (DE) – Please note, years may vary. Contact us to enquire about specific years’ releases.


The once thriving area of Campbeltown once claimed the title “whisky capital of the world” – but how times change. Sadly, most of the distilleries have gone – either by going bust or during infamous culls when the industry took a nose dive.

The region was once home to 28 distilleries, but by the early 2010’s, just three were remaining and actively producing whisky – Springbank, Glengyle and Glen Scotia.

Springbank distillery produces three distinct whiskies; Springbank, Hazelburn, and Longrow. Glengyle distillery has only recently been revived by J & A Mitchell and Co Ltd., who own and operate the Springbank distillery, and its whisky is sold under the name Kilkerran to avoid confusion with the Highland blended malt named Glengyle. 

 Campbeltown lies on the Kintyre peninsula by Campbeltown loch – west Scotland. In it’s time it was a busy whisky, shipbuilding and fishing town and was a former Royal Burgh.

Highland Whisky
Lowland Whisky
Islay Whisky
Campbeltown Whisky
Island Whisky