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Longrow 10 Year Old

(70cl, 46%)

Longrow 10 Year Old

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Longrow 10 Bottling Note

A more heavily peated, double distilled 10 year old bottling from the Springbank distillery, matured in bourbon and sherry casks.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

The nose is quite full and floral. There are bruised petals and blossom and notes of grist. A hint of thick cut marmalade and fresh herbs. A very faint smoke trails somewhere in the distance. The palate is quite big and firm. There is a solid slab of peat with a good malty feel. A well-balanced sweetness emerges with notes of sugared peels and tangerine with a hint of lime. The finish is quite long with citrus zest and oaked warmth.

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Longrow 10 Year Old Reviews

The Best and My Favorite Hands Down

This is one of the fullest yet cleanest true scotches out there. I only grown fonder of it.

6th May 2012


I have only recently started to appreciate whisky having drunk it on the odd occasion for many years. This Longrow 10 year old is the first Campbeltown that I have tasted - I thought that I would not like peated whisky but tried it anyway to further my knowledge (real whisky drinkers would probably say that it's hardly peated). To say that I was pleasantly surprised would be an understatement the 'marmalade', I agree and the 'citrus'too. The other subtleties elude my uneducated palate, at present, none-the-less I heartily recommend this tipple.

27th November 2011

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