Situated at Speyside and built on the site of a medieval chapel, Longmorn Distillery draw water from underground springs and mature their Malt in seasoned casks. Longmorn are one of the few distilleries which were founded during the Whisky boom of the late 19th century and have managed to survive until today. "Opens on biscuity aromas. Smooth, silky, enticing, marzipan, macaroon, chocolate and cereal bar. Drying on pleasant oaky notes, a sunny dram, so satisfying, beautiful example of a well managed bourbon cask maturation!" -Whiskymag.com.
Dark straw colour. Malt and mash, vanilla and tannins, nutmeg, hints of sawdust. Nice smokiness, lots of roasted nuts, well oaked, punchy, very fruity, spices, liquorice. Malty. Evolved fruits, dried apple. Very long finish in the modern styleon a note of new oak and bourbon cask