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Longmorn 44yo 1967/2011

(48.3%, Gordon & MacPhail Book of Kells for LMDW, D4/2/'67 B5/9/'11, C#592)
Average Score: 90
Bottle Profile
TypeScotch Single Malts (Disclosed Distilleries)
BottlerGordon & MacPhail
RangeBook of Kells
Bottled ForLMDW
Brand NameLongmorn
Year Distilled1967
Year Bottled2011
Alcohol By Volume48.3%
Other DetailsD4/2/'67 B5/9/'11
Cask Number#592
Average Score90

Maniac Ratings
Robert Karlsson91
Konstantin Grigoriadis90
Ho-cheng Yao88
Krishna Nukala90
David Wankel90
Keith Wood93
Benjamin Chen89

Tasting Notes
Robert KarlssonTotal cardemom, barbecue spices, very spicy, dryish and lively indeed. So much wood influence! Taste in full balance with the nose. Very big and packed-full of spices and special fruits. The aftertaste is really bitter, fernet-style, and lasts.
Keith WoodGlass: Classic Malt - Colour: Very dark mahogany (liquid treacle toffee) - Nose: Aromatic, very aromatic. Floral in a rich and dark kind of way with aged oak in the background. - Palate: Oooh nice, very nice indeed. How can this be so rich but yet so subdued and civilised with lots of floral lightness? It's a gentle giant in the nicest possible way. - Finish: I thought medium to long, but then it just continued repeating in a delightfully very long way. - Overall Impression: Such a dark and rich floral delight. It's wonderful, magnificent, another true "Great" by a country mile.