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Springbank 1993-2006 - 12 Year Old - Dewar Rattray Cask Collection - Single Cask 212

LOT ID: 1023-865

End Date : Jan 03 2024 08:00 PM

Total Bids: 33   

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Springbank 1993 - 2006. 12 Year Old. Bottled by Dewar Rattray for their Cask Collection. Cask number 212. One of 282 bottles. 700ml. 57.5%. No box.




Lower Neck

Distillery:  Springbank

Distillery Status:  Working

Bottler: A.D Rattray

Region: Campbeltown

Distilled Year: 1993

Bottling Year: 2006

Age: 12

Bottles Produced: 282

Limited Edition: yes

Cask Number: 212

Category: Single Malt

Country: Scotland

Bottle Size: 70cl / 700ml

ABV: 57.5%

Springbank is one of the giants of the Scotch whisky world, an independently-owned distillery dedicated to preserving the traditional methods of distillation. For a long time Springbank was flying the flag for Campbeltown whisky almost alone but the distillery’s fortunes have improved since the 1990s, and in 2000 Springbank expanded their operations with the purchase and subsequent reconstruction of the Glengyle distillery, home of Kilkerran.

The Springbank distillery produces three distinct single malt whiskies, with the regular lightly-peated Springbank malt complemented by the heavily-peated Longrow and the unpeated, triple-distilled Hazelburn. Of these secondary malts, Longrow has a longer history and more passionate fanbase, with the 1973/74 vintages in particular attracting eye-catching prices at auction. The standard Springbank spirit remains one of Scotland’s greatest whiskies, and auction prices for old bottles continue to rise.

A Dewar Rattray was originally founded as a spirits merchant and whisky blender by Andrew Dewar Rattray in 1868, and was acquired after his death by William Walker, whose daughter would go on to marry Stanley P. Morrison of Morrison Bowmore.  Their son Tim Morrison revived the A D Rattray company around the turn of the millennium, a few years after the Morrisons had sold Bowmore to Suntory.

A D Rattray are known for their Stronachie single malt, a sourced Benrinnes named after a famous defunct Highland distillery. Rattray has been independently bottling single malt Scotch whisky regularly since 2004, usually as individual casks bottled at full cask strength. The company also has a Cask Islay brand for anonymous Islay single malts bottled at 46%. In 2017 Tim Morrison founded the Clydeside distillery in Glasgow, which released its inaugural single malt in 2021.


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Last Bids £90.00 3rd January 2024 19:48