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Speyside single malt, Longmorn, introduces new whiskies with fresh, elegant look

24 April 2024

By Tricia Oliviera

Longmhorn began in 1894 when globe-trotting and entrepreneurial founder, John Duff, established the Speyside distillery and introduced innovative export methods including its own railway, which rapidly transported the single malt whisky directly from the distillery doors around the globe.

From the Industrial Revolution to the digital age, Longmorn has endured and remains one of the rare Scotch whisky distilleries to have ceaselessly produced whisky for 130 years. Opening a new chapter in its 130 year history, Longhorn introduces new whiskies and a fresh, elegant look, committing to releasing single malt whiskies matured for no less than 18 years from now on. The new 18-Year-Old and 22-Year-Old single malts will be the foundations of Longmorn’s whisky portfolio.

Both the new 18-Year-Old and 22-Year-Old single batch whiskies are non-chill filtered, matured primarily in American Oak casks and presented at cask strength, which is a testament to the distillery’s unwavering commitment to quality and refinement.

The 18-Year-Old has flavour notes of toffee apples, apricots and a subtly sweet finish of creamy milk chocolate. The 22-Year-Old is further matured to create a rich depth of flavour, balancing tasting notes of hazelnut praline and luscious toffee with delicate citrus and poached pears. 

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