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Tormore is the first distillery to be built in Scotland in the 20th Century. Commissioned in 1958 by Long John International it started production two years later. On the day of the official opening of the distillery a ‘time capsule’ was deposited in the forecourt to be opened in 2060. It contains a formula of Long John whisky, a treatise how Scotch is made, a history of the whisky industry, names of the employees, samples of all single malt ingredients and US dollar bill (Long John International was then part of the American company Schenley Industries). Tormore single malt was never widely available, here we have 10 years old expression from the 1980s, when the distillery was owned by Whitebread & Co.
Nose: smooth, malty with notes of caramel, toffee, apples, oranges, candle wax, cardboard and oak.
Palate: malty again, with light notes of honey, caramel, orange peel, peaches, hints of pine needles and roasted nuts.
Finish: fairly long, malty and slightly peppery with delicate nutty notes.