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The history of the Longmorn distillery, unlike that of many other Scottish distilleries, has been relatively quiet so far. In 1894, the distillery, built in Elgin, Speyside, began producing single malt whisky. Regarding the production process, it is worth noting that in 1994 Longmorn was one of the last distilleries to switch from direct coal fire to steam heating for heating the boilers. And with its own and independent bottlings, Longmorn scores an average of more than 87 points. And that is high.
Speyside distillery Longmorn scores above average with its single malt whisky. An interesting Longmorn bottling is this one in the Secret Speyside Collection series. 18 years old and matured in American oak. You can taste pear, mango, fudge and toffee.
The Longmorn Distillery scores quite high on average with its single malt whisky. Whether with their own or with independent bottlings. This bottling by Gordon & MacPhail is a mix of the two: bottled independently, but with the distillery label.
Speyside distillery Longmorn scores above average with its single malt whisky on the Whiskybase, with its own and third-party bottlings. Hart Brothers bottled this Longmorn after it had matured for 10 years in a 1st fill sherry cask. Bottled at 50.0%.
This is bottling of Speyside distillery Longmorn itself. The age of this single malt whisky is unknown, but we do know that this whisky matured in 3 different types of casks: bourbon barrels and hogsheads, and sherry casks. At 40%.
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