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 »
An old bottling of 1976 vintage Longmorn from independent bottler James MacArthur as part of the Old Master's series. It was matured in sherry cask 5886 for around 35 years before being bottled in 2001.
An old bottling of 10 year old Longmorn, from the days when the distillery used the -Glenlivet suffix. We estimate this bottle dates from the 1960s, the last full decade when the distillery operated its own maltings.
A special release of Longmorn 1969 whisky, specially selected by Signatory for their 10th Anniversary in 1998. This whisky has been matured in Oak cask for 28 years and was bottle at cask strength specifically for the occasion. The bottle comes in a wonderful presentation box, complete with two Signatory-branded tumblers.
Not the most expensive malt in our Luxury Collection, but this is a class act, and a benchmark malt for Longmorn, one of the very best distilleries in Speyside. Superb flavour concentration with the distillery's trademark grapefruit, boiled sweets and a hint of smoke.
A rare old Longmorn 1969, bottled in October 1993 by Gordon & Macphail for their 'Cask' series of full-strength malts. Aged in a pair of casks, numbers 3721 and 5297, which were distilled on 30th June and 6th November respectively.