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Longmorn is often described as ‘a hidden gem of Speyside’ while some blenders call it ‘top dressing’. From 1978 to 2001 Longmorn was part of Seagram emporium but stayed in the shadow of widely recognized sister distilleries such as Glenlivet, Aberlour or Glen Grant. Currently the distillery is part of Chivas Bros, subsidiary of Pernod Ricard, and keeps gaining popularity. The single cask expressions of Longmorn has always been extraordinary. The one presented here comprises whisky aged in first fill sherry butt no. 5614 filled on December 24, 1964. Bottled by Gordon & MacPhail for their Dutch importer, Van Wees, in June 2011, un-filtered and at natural strength of 47,7% abv with an outrun of 378 bottles.
Nose: rich with humongous sherry statement, raisins, dried figs and dates, autumn leaves, coffee beans, nutmeg, hints of leather, tobacco and dried herbs and delicate oaky notes.
Palate: thick, lots of dark chocolate, prunes, raisins, bitter orange marmalade, fig syrup, leather, roasted almonds, nutmeg, pepper and sherried oak.
Finish: long, lots of sherry, dried fruit, hints of licorice, becomes spicy towards the end.