Sunday, 31 January 2010

Longmorn Single Malt Whisky 10 year old Provenance

Speyside region. Central District South of Elgin

The Distillery is on the site of a small church, built about three miles outside Elgin, that was dedicated to the Saint Marnan or Marnoch and was known as Lann Marnoch - the church of St Marnoch. Over time, the name evolved and was anglicised to become Longmorn

Longmorn Single Malt Whisky 10 year old Provenance Tasting Note...

Douglas Laing & Co. Ltd. A bottling from one Refill Hogshead DMG REF: 5575. Un-chillfiltered. No colouring.
The nose opens with honey and spices and develops to orange blossom and chewy orange caramels.

The palate is attractively sweet with barley sugar and more spices.

The finish  is long with an orange tang, sweet spices and soft leather lingering on (F)

Details and history about the Longmorn whisky distillery click here

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