Hazelburn is made with unpeated barley, making the spirit light, fruity and very, very subtle.
1997 saw the first distillation of Hazelburn and the first release of the whisky as an eight year old in 2005 was so successful that all 6,000 bottles sold out within a matter of weeks.
Like Longrow, Hazelburn is named after one of the old Campbeltown distilleries. Most of the distillery buildings are still standing, though the distillery is long defunct.
Following on from the Springback and Longmorn Rundlets & Kinderkins releases, it's now the turn of the triple distilled Hazelburn single malt Scotch whisky. Matured in Rundlet and Kilderkin casks,