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Longmorn 1968 (Bottled 2011) Gordon & MacPhail Reserve / 55,4%/ 0,7l

Bottle No. 346 / 523 Casknumber 909
  • Longmorn 1968 (Bottled 2011) Gordon & MacPhail Reserve / 55,4%/ 0,7l
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Longmorn is one of master blenders’ favorite malt, often called ‘top dressing’. It is part of Pernod Ricard brand portfolio, what means competing with Glenlivet and Aberlour for marketing funds. Longmorn is also one of Independent Bottlers’ sweetheart with single cask expressions being usually extraordinary. The one presented here comprises whisky aged in first fill sherry butt no. 909 filled on February 15, 1968. Bottled by Gordon & MacPhail for their Dutch importer, Van Wees, in June 2011, un-filtered and at natural strength of 55.4% abv, with an outrun of 523 bottles.


Nose: rich with strong sherry notes, rose petals, strawberries, raisins, coconut, cinnamon, hints of pine resin and camphor, touch of leather and wood smoke.


Palate: fruity and oaky, with strong sherry sweetness, oranges, apricots, raisins, candied lemon peel, honey, touch of licorice and allspice and coconut flakes.


Finish: long and fruity with delicate notes of pepper, cinnamon and oak.

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