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Released to replace the 15 year old, part of a relaunch of Longmorn, promoting the brand as a super premium single malt maker. This is a superb 16 year old, recommended.
Nose: Fresh and green. Notes of apple peel and bramley apple, hints of citrus and herbal notes. There are some notes of balsa wood, calvados and plenty of dry oaken tannins.
Palate: Rich and compact. Notes of lemon zest and a leafy greenness. A good level of tannins develops with a vinous character and spice. The oak is dry and full.
Finish: Long and dry with a zesty quality.
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48% but no need to add water cause it is gentle enough to drink and smell. Very good vanilla and milk chocolate taste. Very good for weekend evenings!
3rd March 2017
I picked up a bottle of this stuff at my whisky shop for a good price 69 british pounds and this is what i can tell you, this whisky needs to discovered, take your time and find the flavours and you will find it is a very nice dram, but that is all it is. The same day I also purchased after a tasting the Arran 14 and that blows this away, so a good whisky but at the regular price point, not worth it, not good enough, not as good as the Longmorn 15.
20th November 2016
Well balanced. Great Spice & Body. Lovely presentation too.
22nd October 2016
The title sums it up. I gave up drinking Scotch whisky for a smoother Irish whiskey, but now I've tried Longmorn...
29th May 2016
Oh my!! Outstanding scotch.
14th May 2016
11th March 2016
It seems that the 16yo 48% expression is being replaced by a same-priced NAS (garanteed to be at least 3 years old) and watered down to the legal limit of 40%. But, to compensate, it is now called Distiller's Reserve. Another distillery replacing good entry level offerings with marketingware. My guess is that the Whisky crash of the 1980s will be nothing in comparison to the upcoming Whisky crash of 2020 (if not sooner), and that few Whisky enthusiasts will shed a tear.
2nd January 2016
My favourite. Hands down. Strangely, not many people have heard of it. Last holiday season I was able to secure the one and only bottle available in the entire province of Ontario, Canada. So, pick it without blinking... or it will be gone :)
10th November 2015
Recently bought a bottle of this at the airport. I was pleasantly surprised as other 'punts' at an airport have not ended well. I would agree with the description MoM has on it's site and as a drinker on generally Speyside/Irish I found very satisfying, it has all the up front fruit I like and would agree with the tannins comments but for me the finish was a little sweeter than described. Would recommend and will be savour ever last measure!!
27th August 2015
outstanding! this is one scotch I replace before I run out.
31st May 2015
My first taste, I was left a little underwhelmed not quite getting it but this was during a taster session involving multiple whiskies. A few days later, tried again and noticed the rich complex spice and velvety body. Couldn't think of another whisky quite like it. The other night watched a movie and had a few drams with ice and it just rocked. Very classy and I think maybe one of those that almost needs to breathe a little in order to peak. Giving it residency status in my cabinet. I can see myself drinking this one for many years.
18th January 2015
The author of the comment "Not very impressed, still nice though".A long while after the other comment, the development in the bottle which is now about .65 left of original content. The flavor has become increasingly complex and sweet with a very interesting "development" which to me taste like malty oak etc, the finish is longer now and almost assumes a slight licorice and anise taste. Further the aroma has developed a nice fresh apple juice note to it.
17th October 2014
I usually drink Oban,,, and really enjoyed this new Longmorn 16.....Really soft and mild on the front end, but followed by a edgy, spicy, finish....with a lingering, crisp, zesty sensation. Oban is still one of my favorites but this is a close second,, and for me says a lot.
18th August 2014
I started drinking Whisky just over 50 years ago, I have sampled many, especially the pure malts, over the years, and have recently been hooked on "Highland Park", However, my soon to be ex son in law (don`t ask)has just given me a bottle "Longmorn 16 Year Old", he really must hate me, because it is going to cost me a lot money to keep buying this superb nectar.
10th June 2014
A weak 7, first sips have some very nice "explosion" of sweetness and peppery spice but it dissipate rather quickly and i was just left with a harsh dryness in my mouth.A very good looking bottle but i wish the innards matched its container in that regard. But for this price its not enough, will not buy again.
27th September 2013
Unbelievable taste effect: about 1 second after taking a sip, the explosion starts - like a miniature big bang of various shades of flavors. This persists for a very long time. I tasted this malt with my niece and nephew one evening at the cottage. And now their mother is quite angry at me... ;-)
22nd November 2012
Magic. An explosion of tastes that leaves you wanting more and more and more.....................hic.
19th November 2012
It's as if this spirit stimulates every area of the flavor palette simultaneously. An absolute explosion of flavor. And then... It just goes and goes. A remarkable whiskey.
1st June 2012
They say this is every Master Distiller's second most favourite single malt. Naturally second to their own!
13th October 2011
Description as per the tasting notes plus a rich. lingering after taste.
18th November 2010