LEVELLER – The ‘Other’ Springbanks

£7.00 Per Ticket

Winner is: Eggplant

Ticket number: 7

Eggplant's winning streak continues !

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About This Competition

Sticking with the Campbeltown theme, here’s another ‘Choose your Prize’ competition.  This time, we feature 2 of the lesser known brands of Springbank. To peat or not to peat? That is the question. The contenders are:

A) Hazelburn 2007 -13 yr old (2021 Release). Springbank’s triple distilled unpeated malt, matured in 75% bourbon casks and 25% sherry casks. This release was limited to 6,300 bottles. Flavours of creamy strawberry jam, followed by orange zest and brandy snaps.

B) Kilkerran Heavily Peated Batch 4- Kilkerran’s heavily peated spirit is delicious and Batch 4 was matured in 80% ex bourbon and 20% ex-sherry casks and bottled at 58.6%. It’s complex whisky and tastes beyond its years. Peat smoke dominates with malty undertones of crushed digestive biscuits. A liquorice note develops as it opens up and there is a  hint of sweetness, like sticky honey glazing. The finish is long with the strong peat smoke influence remaining alongside malty, cereal characteristics. A slight oakiness is detectable and coastal maritime flavours endure.

LEVELLER comp rules apply – Only 15 tickets available. Strictly 1 ticket per person so that everyone entering has an EQUAL chance of winning the prize.

* You must be aged over 18 to enter this competition. Under-age entrants will be removed from the competition and will not be reimbursed. Please note – this will include ID checks at delivery.
* All entrants must be U.K residents. Any account created from any other country will be deleted and their entry fee will be forfeit.
* Only entrants with the correct answer will be entered into the prize draw. Entrants with incorrect responses will not be entered but will still be charged.
* You may enter this competition for free. Please follow the procedure outlined in our terms and conditions to avail of the free entry route.
* Successfully entering the competition does not guarantee a prize.