The Springbank distillery is one of the last surviving producers of Campbeltown Single Malts. The distillery, located on the southern Kintyre Peninsula, produces three different types of single malt Scotch whisky.
Springbank is one of only two distilleries in Scotland to carry out all stages of the whiskey making process, from malting barley to bottling the spirit, at the same site: the other is Kilchoman Distillery, who also grow their own barley. While a few others still have the first step in the process, malting barley (which is becoming increasingly rare), Springbank also bottles its own whisky.
Three varieties of single malt are produced from its distillery by adjusting the production process at different stages;
Springbank Single Malt is the most popular variety, Longrow Single Malt is a highly peated, double distilled whiskey and Hazelburn Single Malt, the newest variety.