A part of the Chivas Brothers group (now owned by Pernod Ricard), Longmorn has long been a favourite of the cognoscenti, but until recently was a very well-kept secret. Long classed as a blender's favourite, Longmorn was little-seen as a single malt in the days of Seagram's ownership of Chivas, with the then-standard issue 15yo left in the shad ... Read More »
A 12 year old bottling of whisky from Longmorn from Gordon & Macphail. Left unloved in the single malt world for many years, G&M were the main bottlers of spirit from the distillery for a while, as shown by their use of a replica of the label they used to use.
A very fetching bottle of Longmorn from the Nectar of the Daily Dram series. The company has an innovative approach to packaging, with each bottling individually labelled using some really imaginative and modern design - this time it's Stonehenge.
We're lucky to have reclaimed this excellent Longmorn for The Single Malts of Scotland series - it was originally bottled in 2009 for an overseas market, but was shelved at the last minute. A nutty, appley Longmorn with a generous dollop of clove and cinnamon spices.
A 1992 vintage Longmorn from independent bottlers Signatory as part of their Cask Strength Collection. Most of the distillery's production makes its way into Chivas Regal 18 year old and Royal Salute, such is the quality of the malt.
Sherried Longmorn can be a thing of beauty, and this is definitely one of those - 21 years of maturation in a sherry hogshead has created an excellent whisky. Dark and fruity, with butter and spicy notes, this is a fantastic example of well-aged Longmorn.
A bottle of the now discontinued Longmorn 15 year old, which was replaced by the 16 year old in 2007. A terrific full-blooded Speysider, oozing complexity with plenty of spice, sweet fruits, heather and balanced oak interplaying with the malt.