Longmorn Live Tasting - December 18-20, 2009

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Re: Longmorn Live Tasting - December 18-20, 2009

Postby Spirit of Islay » Sat Dec 19, 2009 1:13 am

A good tasting to have just before Christmas !
I'll spread the 10 bottles i have over the next two nights .

Expression - G&M 12yo Longmorn
Age - 12yo
ABV - 40%
Casks - First Fill and Refill Sherry Casks.
Colour - Light Amber
Nose - Very dark fruitiness, orange essence , quite sweet and vanilla .
Palate - Sweet on the palate , touch of spiciness , almost a rhubarb tartness about it (not Rhubarb Tart , tartness !)
Finish - Medium finish , quite sweet almost cola cubes .
Comments - A very nice Longmorn for it's price , a few more percent abv would have been nice but it is a G&M bottling , a good one to have on the shelf .

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Re: Longmorn Live Tasting - December 18-20, 2009

Postby Ryguy » Sat Dec 19, 2009 6:07 pm

I've got time for a few samples of Longmorn, so here goes! :smoke:

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Re: Longmorn Live Tasting - December 18-20, 2009

Postby Ryguy » Sat Dec 19, 2009 6:15 pm

Expression - Longmorn
Age - 15yo OB
ABV - 45%
Colour - Dark Gold
Nose - Cooked fruits, with hints of ripe oranges and an underlying sweetness.
Palate - Soft and fruity, very smooth on the palate, a bit thin overall. It even becomes a bit bitter towards the back end.
Finish - The finish is short, but fruity and sweet.
Comments - Not a bad dram at all, but it's one you cannot find on the shelves anymore. Extremely drinkable, that's for sure!

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Re: Longmorn Live Tasting - December 18-20, 2009

Postby Ryguy » Sat Dec 19, 2009 6:21 pm

Expression - Longmorn
Age - 16yo OB (UCF)
ABV - 48%
Colour - Dark Gold
Nose - Lovely dark stewed fruits, hints of raisins, a touch of orange peels. When I first opened up this bottle long ago, there was a pretty strong hint of sulphur, but that is completely gone at this point.
Palate - Wow, compared to the 15yo, there is much more going on here! Powerful on the palate, full of dark fruits with a hint of wood smoke as well.
Finish - The finish is medium to long, sweet and fruity, and a bit drying towards the very end.
Comments - Nice dram, but I'm afraid I just won't pay the price they are asking now for another bottle!

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Re: Longmorn Live Tasting - December 18-20, 2009

Postby Ryguy » Sat Dec 19, 2009 6:30 pm

Expression - Longmorn
Age - 25yo (G&M)
ABV - 40%
Colour - Light Amber
Nose - Oooooh! Wonderful sweetness with honey, baked apple pie and a touch of vanilla.
Palate - Rich, sweet and dried fruits, this really dries the palate out, in a very nice way! A touch of smoke with some vanilla lingering as well.
Finish - The finish is long and tasty (especially for just 40%), leaves a bouquet of dried fruits and overall sweetness on the palate.
Comments - Excellent dram, many thanks to Ras for this sample!

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Re: Longmorn Live Tasting - December 18-20, 2009

Postby Ryguy » Sat Dec 19, 2009 6:32 pm

That's all for now, but I do have some more samples in which I'll try and get to this evening or tomorrow! :D :D :D

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Re: Longmorn Live Tasting - December 18-20, 2009

Postby Spirit of Islay » Sat Dec 19, 2009 9:24 pm

I'm back and this time i've got 9 Bottles !
First up....

Expression - Longmorn 15 (O.b.)
Age - 15yo
ABV - 45%
Colour - Burnished Gold
Nose - Dried Fruit , orange essence , slight Lemon , quite sweet .
Palate - Very sweet , honey with lemon , a nice touch of spices .
Finish - A long sweet finish , marmalade and almond marzipan .
Comments - Longmorn is a bit of a mistress in my marriage to Islay malts , probably my favourite Speysider alongside Glenfarclas , it oozes class through all ages from young to old . must admit though i prefer it slightly older and at Cask strength .

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Re: Longmorn Live Tasting - December 18-20, 2009

Postby Spirit of Islay » Sat Dec 19, 2009 9:38 pm

Expression - Longmorn 16 (O.b.)
Age - 16yo
ABV - 48%
Colour - Polished Copper
Nose - Again a sweetness to the nose , quite fruity and a nice woodiness to it along with Vanilla .
Palate - Honey at first , actually honey on brown toast......Dark fruits , actually quite oily across the palate .
Finish - Medium finish , honeyed sweetness . Edit - a spiciness to the finish appears late on .
Comments - More body to it than the 15yo , i think i slightly prefer this one to the 15yo . A lot of people have complained about this being sulphured but i've never had that problem and i hate Sulphur ! A Worthy dram !

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Re: Longmorn Live Tasting - December 18-20, 2009

Postby Spirit of Islay » Sat Dec 19, 2009 9:45 pm

A few Indy bottles.....

Expression - Bladnoch Forum 11yo Longmorn
Year - 1997
Age - 11yo
ABV - 60.2%
Cask / Bottle No. - Hogshead No.163304 / 55 of 200
Colour - Pale Gold
Nose - Initial nose was Concentrated Apple Juice , then it settled down to Fresh Apples , Pears , Mint and a touch floral . Very spirity at full strength and nose hair prickling . Water seems to make the nose more floral and peppery , also adds a creaminess to the nose .
Palate - Smoother than what i would have thought for the strength . very lively , Peppery at first , then Apples and a touch spicy . Dilution seems to bring a bit creaminess to it but it still has a bit pepperiness to it .
Finish - Long , Dry and a bit peppery .
Comments - Distilled 25th November 1997 , Bottled 8th January 2009 . This is the youngest Longmorn i've ever had ( usually 21-40yo ) and it's a joy . Fresh and smooth give its strength . A good Cask choice !

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Re: Longmorn Live Tasting - December 18-20, 2009

Postby Spirit of Islay » Sat Dec 19, 2009 9:56 pm

Expression - Berrys Own Selection 1996 Longmorn
Year - 1996
Age - 12yo
ABV - 56.7
Colour - Chardonnay
Nose - Lemon at first , very slight sherriness to it , green fruits , after a while a slight hint of Grapefruit juice .
Palate - Honey sweetness , bitter cooking apples , spicy . Also digestive biscuits .
Finish - a very refreshing long finish , honey and green fruits .
Comments - Bottled 2008 , Once again a very good BBR bottling , full of fresh youthfulness .

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Re: Longmorn Live Tasting - December 18-20, 2009

Postby Spirit of Islay » Sat Dec 19, 2009 10:13 pm

Expression - Dreamdrams 12yo Longmorn
Age - 12yo
ABV - 57.3%
Cask / Bottle No. - No.156792 / No. 12 of 300
Colour - Summer straw
Nose - quite spirity at first , then lemony , hint of nail varnish , a fudgy creaminess and slight green apples .
Palate - Apple Tart (the pastry variety....) , a subtle spiciness , also a hint of bitter chocolate .
Finish - long , green apples , a hint of pear drops .
Comments - From the MWBH bottling Company (AKA Whiskyscam in the past) , another decent , reasonably priced bottle from MWBH , don't think it's as good as the Bladnoch and BBR bottlings though....

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Re: Longmorn Live Tasting - December 18-20, 2009

Postby Spirit of Islay » Sat Dec 19, 2009 10:33 pm

Back to an O.b.

Expression - Chivas Brothers Longmorn Cask Strength Edition
Year - 1991
Age - 17yo
ABV - 52.5%
Colour - Golden Syrup
Nose - slightly closed at first , honey sweetness , orange , apple pie spiciness .
Palate - Quite fruity , orange essence , vanilla and a gentle oakiness .
Finish - Long , sweet and cloves .
Comments - Bottled 2009 , Batch No. LM 17 006 , only available at Chivas owned Distilleries and from their website (and possibly TWE....) in a 50cl bottle . a bit of an usual Longmorn after all the younger ones , very nice though !

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Re: Longmorn Live Tasting - December 18-20, 2009

Postby Spirit of Islay » Sat Dec 19, 2009 10:35 pm

Hi Rich ,
Having a great time here , working my way through the Longmorns , just wish i had some of the really old ones to hand.....

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Re: Longmorn Live Tasting - December 18-20, 2009

Postby Spirit of Islay » Sat Dec 19, 2009 10:54 pm

And so to the Society Bottles........

Expression - SMWS 7.52 "Art School Whisky"
Age - 18yo
ABV - 56.4%
Cask / Bottle No. - Refill Bourbon Hogshead / 1 of 257 Bottles
Colour - Chardonnay Wine (Very light for it's age)
Nose - slight perfume , Edinburgh rock , touch of ginger and pepper .
Palate - very peppery , honey sweetness , spicy .
Finish - long sweet and spicy .
Comments - still very youthful for an 18yo , quite young for the SMWS but i prefer them slightly older .

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Re: Longmorn Live Tasting - December 18-20, 2009

Postby Wave » Sat Dec 19, 2009 10:56 pm

Ganga wrote:Yes, Longmorns can be exceptional. I really like the ones in the 20-30 year range. I've had a few in their late 30s that have gone a little too long and others that were still quite good.

Yep, and you'll see a couple of those posted later tonight. 27yo Signatory and either 29yo or 31yo Lorne MacKillop's (haven't decided yet which to open). Love them old Longmorns!


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Re: Longmorn Live Tasting - December 18-20, 2009

Postby Spirit of Islay » Sat Dec 19, 2009 11:07 pm

Rich , i've tried quite a few Berrys bottlings (not just Longmorn) now and the only bad one was a BenRiach , all the others have been very good and "Purchasable" !
Must say the SMWS Longmorns have not disappointed and i always look out for new ones on the lists .

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Re: Longmorn Live Tasting - December 18-20, 2009

Postby Spirit of Islay » Sat Dec 19, 2009 11:17 pm

Expression - SMWS 7.51 "Sweet, Rich and Fruity"
Age - 24yo
ABV - 57.4%
Cask / Bottle No. - Refill Bourbon Hogshead / 1 of 184 Bottles
Colour - Polished Gold
Nose - first thing that hit's you is ripe Bananas , then Green Fruits (Apples and pears) , also a hint of chocolate orange .
Palate - Definitely Terrys Chocolate Orange ! Touch of lemon , honey and spiciness .
Finish - Long , honey and spices .
Comments - this is a superb (aren't they all ?) Longmorn . where does the society get all these good Casks from ?

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Re: Longmorn Live Tasting - December 18-20, 2009

Postby Spirit of Islay » Sat Dec 19, 2009 11:19 pm

i'm surprised you can't get Berrys Bottlings , hell they are even available in the great wilderness of Canada !

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Re: Longmorn Live Tasting - December 18-20, 2009

Postby Spirit of Islay » Sat Dec 19, 2009 11:32 pm

Expression - SMWS 7.50 "Battenburg Cake and tea"
Age - 24yo
ABV - 58.8%
Cask / Bottle No. - Refill Bourbon Hogshead / 1 of 219 Bottles
Colour - Bright Gold
Nose - Apple Pie with cinnamon , Vanilla , Honey sweetness and lemon .
Palate - Again apple pie , spices , slightly peppery , coats the palate wonderfully .
Finish - incredibly long and spicy , the finish goes on and on and on......
Comments - A superb Longmorn (bought 2 of these !) , long may the Society Longmorns continue !

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Re: Longmorn Live Tasting - December 18-20, 2009

Postby Spirit of Islay » Sat Dec 19, 2009 11:42 pm

I'm a big fan of the Society Rich , i think (for me) it is very good value for money , just a shame about the splurge of Sulphured releases over the last year......
I've got a 7.49 in the cupboard (not opening that yet....) and a 7.38 winging it's way down from Edinburgh as we speak but that's my lot for this tasting . I'd recommend anyone to give Longmorn a try !

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Re: Longmorn Live Tasting - December 18-20, 2009

Postby Spirit of Islay » Sat Dec 19, 2009 11:57 pm

just looked at my SMWS tasted list for Longmorn.....
7.28 Longmorn Speyside (Lossie) 36yo 52.1% Tasting N/cle 29/09/2005
7.34 Longmorn Speyside (Lossie) 36yo 56.9% Tasting N/cle 09/03/2007
7.36 Longmorn Speyside (Lossie) 38yo 53.5% Bottle
7.37 Longmorn Speyside (Lossie) 38yo 53.6% Vaults 26/08/2007
7.42 Longmorn Speyside (Lossie) 21yo 50.2% B/Vaults 22/09/2007
7.44 Longmorn Speyside (Lossie) 23yo 57.3% Vaults 20/09/2008
7.45 Longmorn Speyside (Lossie) 23yo 58.7% Vaults 20/09/2008
7.46 Longmorn Speyside (Lossie) 23yo 57.8% Vaults 07/03/2009
7.48 Longmorn Speyside (Lossie) 40yo 53.5% Vaults 22/11/2008
7.50 Longmorn Speyside (Lossie) 24yo 57.4% B/Tasting Dur 28/08/2009
7.51 Longmorn Speyside (Lossie) 24yo 57.4% B/Vaults 07/03/2009
7.52 Longmorn Speyside (Lossie) 18yo 56.4% B/Tasting N/cle 4/07/2009

The 23yo were still good but i either missed them or bought something else on that visit ! The older ones were a tad more expensive......

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Re: Longmorn Live Tasting - December 18-20, 2009

Postby jimidrammer » Sun Dec 20, 2009 1:15 am

I won't be much help here since I finished a Longmorn 15yo OB a few weeks ago and hate to open another right away. I will note I had a Scott's Selection Longmorn-Glenlivet 36yo,1967-2003, 52.2% abv earlier this year that was amazing. It seems there was a bunch of Scott's Selection series from various distilleries brought in the US a few years ago so if anyone runs across one it's worth the price for such a unique antique style.

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Re: Longmorn Live Tasting - December 18-20, 2009

Postby Ras Mazunga » Sun Dec 20, 2009 1:24 am

I have two Longmorns open: 25 yo G&M and the 11yo Bladnoch bottling.

Nothing to add to these notes:
Ryguy wrote:Expression - Longmorn
Age - 25yo (G&M)
ABV - 40%
Colour - Light Amber
Nose - Oooooh! Wonderful sweetness with honey, baked apple pie and a touch of vanilla.
Palate - Rich, sweet and dried fruits, this really dries the palate out, in a very nice way! A touch of smoke with some vanilla lingering as well.
Finish - The finish is long and tasty (especially for just 40%), leaves a bouquet of dried fruits and overall sweetness on the palate.


Too tired to seriously taste now. :cry:

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Re: Longmorn Live Tasting - December 18-20, 2009

Postby Ryguy » Sun Dec 20, 2009 2:37 am

Expression - SMWS 7.52
Age - 18yo
ABV - 56.4%
Cask / Bottle No. - Refill Bourbon Hogshead
Colour - Pale Gold
Nose - Hmmm, interesting. Not as fruity as others I've had, but I do get a hint of grapes and also something floral.
Palate - Very intriguing, starts sweet like honey, then gets a little warm and spicy, with bits of bubble gum?
Finish - Nice and long finish, some pepper and the honey sweetness lingers.
Comments - Another interesting Society bottling, yet quite different from other Longmorn's I've had, but still very good indeed!

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Re: Longmorn Live Tasting - December 18-20, 2009

Postby Ryguy » Sun Dec 20, 2009 2:54 am

Expression - SMWS 7.50
Age - 24yo
ABV - 58.8%
Cask / Bottle No. - Refill Bourbon Hogshead
Colour - Bright Gold
Nose - Oh WOW! Blasts of sweetness, like fresh cut apples with hints of butterscotch with a bit of vanilla as well.
Palate - Very full/oily mouth feel, overall greatness, sweet dark fruits, honey with a bit of sweet spice.
Finish - Whoa, the finish lasts forever! Sweet yet still spicy and perfectly balanced!
Comments - Definitely another great cask selection from the SMWS!

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Re: Longmorn Live Tasting - December 18-20, 2009

Postby Wave » Sun Dec 20, 2009 5:29 am

Lorne MacKillop

Age 31yo
Distilled March 1975
Cask # 3965
ABV 46%
Color Golden with a red tinge
Nose Straight from a freshly opened bottle I initially smell sherry casks, sawdust and a little peat smoke. Into a glencairn glass for further snuffing I get a bowl of cherries and raspberries with an ever so faint whiff of peat. Nose heaven!
Palate Slightly creamy with lots of fruit and wood spice.
Finish Long and lingering, a little woody but sweet with late peat

A well-aged lady struttin' her stuff, I think I'm in love! :D


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Re: Longmorn Live Tasting - December 18-20, 2009

Postby Wave » Sun Dec 20, 2009 5:53 am

Signatory Vintage Rare Reserve

Age 27yo
Distilled 8.5.73
Bottled 2.8.2000
Cask Sherry Butt #3962
ABV 55.1%
Color Medium Walnut
Nose Raisins and dates, fruitcake, bananas and dark chocolate.
Palate Spicy and sweet like the Thai Chili Paste and pork I had for dinner tonight (trust me, it was delicious!), chewy and honeyed. Tons of depth!
Finish Medium length, candied dates with late salt

One of several of my opened Christmas drams and a darn good one to boot!


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Re: Longmorn Live Tasting - December 18-20, 2009

Postby Ryguy » Mon Dec 21, 2009 2:23 pm

Thanks for all of the notes everyone! I've found that Longmorn can be an exceptional whisky, especially with age! :thumbsup: :thumbsup: :thumbsup:

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Re: Longmorn Live Tasting - December 18-20, 2009

Postby jhershauer » Mon Dec 21, 2009 5:20 pm

I actually did have some Longmorn this weekend, but failed to notice the Live Tasting. I didn't take formal notes, but thought I'd post my impression anyway:

Longmorn 16 (OB); Bottled April 2009; 48%

On the nose I got apples, honey, cinnamon, vanilla and cereal notes. Also some direct oak scents.

The palate was pretty full bodied, especially compared to the others I was trying, and it was reasonably spicy, but not a stronger peppery spice.

On the finish, it was sweet and fruity again, and a bit malty. What stood out to me here (and maybe this will dissipate once the bottle is opened longer) is a fairly strong bitterness creating an interesting interplay with the sweetness.

I was comparing this side-by-side to Chivas 18, The Balvenie FR 10, and White Horse 12. Compared to those, this Longmorn seemed to be clearly 100% bourbon cask matured. Of course, I could be wrong.

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Re: Longmorn Live Tasting - December 18-20, 2009

Postby Ryguy » Mon Dec 21, 2009 6:48 pm

Thanks Jeff for the additional note! Good work! :thumbsup: :thumbsup:

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Re: Longmorn Live Tasting - December 18-20, 2009

Postby Spirit of Islay » Mon Dec 21, 2009 10:25 pm

Expression - 7.38 "An old Barber's shop"
Year - February 1968
Age - 38yo
ABV - 52.5%
Cask / Bottle No. - Sherry Butt /1 of 467 Bottles
Colour - Really Deep Mahogany !
Nose - A really musty old warehouse , Dried fruits (Raisins , currants ) , Soreen Malt Loaf (my favourite !) , Cigar tobacco and a hint of Cola cubes sweets . There is a real oloroso dryness to it as well Incredible !
Palate - Holy Cow ! Really dry sherry , again Cola Cubes sweets , Toffee apple , lovely juicy feel across the palate . The cask must have been a really good one , it's imparted all the good things and not a stitch of nastiness .
Finish - Long and very warming ,dry , treacle .
Comments - Bottled January 2007 , This takes me back to the first old Longmorn i tried at a society tasting that got me to Longmorns . A Superb drink !


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