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The origins of Langatun Distillery are going back to 1857, when Jakob Baumberger returned home from his studies in Munich with the title of master brewer and started brewing and distilling on his father’s farm. In 1860 he took over small brewery in Langenthal, a village in Bern canton originally called Langatun. Nearly 150 years later, in 2007, master brewer and distiller Hans Baumberger III decided to follow up his grandfather footsteps with crafting Langatun single malt. Langatun Old Bear is a tribute to Jakob, who created the logo for his brand featuring the “old bear”. The whisky is distilled from moderately peated malt and aged in casks, which previously held rich red wine from the Châteauneuf-du-Pape area in southeastern France.
Nose: malty and oaky, cherries, black currants, candied orange peel, honey, milk chocolate and nicely integrated smokiness.
Palate: sweet and smoky, winey, caramel, honey, maple syrup, red berries, hints of white pepper and cinnamon.
Finish: quite long, smoky, with notes of red berries, caramel and subtle herbal notes.