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Longmorn 21 yo 1973 / 1994 Signatory #9279 54.9% vs Longmorn 31 yo 1964 / 1996 Kingsbury #52 59%

Longmorn 21 yo 1973 / 1994 Signatory #9279 54.9% A deep yellow fruitiness blends beautifully with wet wool and rubbed granite. Aromatic earthen notes too in the shape of petrichor, … Continue reading

July 2, 2019 · Leave a comment

Longmorn 1969 / 1991 Gordon & Macphail ‘Cask’ #3716/7 61% vs Longmorn 1969 Gordon & Macphail ‘Cask’ 61.5%

Longmorn 1969 / 1991 Gordon & Macphail ‘Cask’ #3716/7 61% A bottle series and a fabled year, quite sure nothing will go wrong now. And indeed. Joyous, exuberant, and gilded … Continue reading

May 19, 2019 · Leave a comment

Longmorn 1967 Old Master’s James MacArthur 57.1% vs Longmorn 30 yo 1969 / 1999 #4249 Adelphi 56.7%

Longmorn 1967 Old Master’s James MacArthur 57.1% Note that the mini does not give the bottling year nor the cask number, but the equivalent full bottle states 2002 and cask … Continue reading

March 4, 2019 · Leave a comment

Longmorn 35 yo 1976 Thosop vs Longmorn 46 yo 1964 /2010 Book of Kells #1539 Gordon & MacPhail

Longmorn is undoubtedly one of the stars of Speyside. Unfortunately this star was never allowed to shine too brightly, as it is remains a heart malt of the Chivas range. … Continue reading

September 28, 2018 · Leave a comment

60s Longmorn: Longmorn 38 yo 1968/2006 SMWS 7.35 vs Longmorn-Glenlivet 1966/1985 Moon Import

60s Longmorn are brilliant, but sadly also usually second fiddle to the other stunning whiskies distilled in the 60s. Longmorn 38 yo 1968/2006 SMWS 7.35 49.8% (Photo: whiskyonlineauctions)  Nose: Massively … Continue reading

January 22, 2018 · Leave a comment

Longmorn 25 yo 1969/1994 Centenary vs Longmorn 20 yo 1964/1985 Intertrade

Longmorn befuddles me. The modern stuff seems so unyielding and passive-aggressive, but the old stuff is so expressively rich and luxurious. Is it just a question of time, whether spent … Continue reading

October 31, 2016 · 2 Comments

Longmorn 25yo 1985 2006 Signatory for LMdW cask 11545 52.6%

For a distillery that’s a lynchpin of the industry there’s not really a lot of information on Longmorn, we know it was popular with blenders from the day its whisky … Continue reading

September 26, 2015 · 1 Comment

Longmorn 1996 / 2009, Carn Mor Vintage Collection

Several Longmorns have appeared on Whiskyrific, but they’ve all been well aged examples (a ’69, and 2 early 70s). Here’s a 1996 just because. Longmorn lost it’s coal heated stills … Continue reading

July 21, 2014 · Leave a comment

Longmorn 37 yo 1972 / 2010, The Perfect Dram & Three Rivers Tokyo

A third Longmorn for Whiskyrific –  must be something good going on with these old casks. Longmorn 37 yo 1972 / 2010, The Perfect Dram & Three Rivers Tokyo, Refill … Continue reading

May 5, 2014 · Leave a comment

Longmorn 1969, Gordon & Macphail for La Maison Du Whisky

Longmorn is a fine fine whisky – one of those ‘God I hope it gets more appreciation but not too much that profit-lust overtakes quality and common sense’ whiskies. This … Continue reading

March 31, 2014 · Leave a comment

Longmorn 1975/2011 Malts of Scotland

Longmorn 1975/2011 Malts of Scotland, 46.4% Bourbon Hogshead 3977, 122 bottles     Nose: Luxuriant but hot. Juicy syrupy red berries, fruits of the forest style, that reminds me a … Continue reading

February 20, 2014 · Leave a comment
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