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A 14 year old Longrow. This is peated whisky from the Springbank distillery, matured in bourbon and sherry casks.
The nose is of medium-body. There are notes of cut hay and earthen roots, a little dried grass, cereals and malted barley. There is a certain freshness present and a very subtle smoke develops. The palate is quite thick and sweet. There are plenty of rich cereal notes, barley and just a hint of peat. The faintest wisp of smoke tapers up with a little malt extract. The oak develops a bit with pepper and spice. The finish is long with the peppery oaked tannins proffering ample staying power.
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The nose starts pretty farmy and grassy with a noticeable earthy-peat, but not much smoke. It eventually rounds to something sweeter and rounder with bits of sherry and some seaweed coming through.The palate is lightly fruity and sweet but the sherry doesn't stick out like some finished whiskies... it's more integrated. Finishes lightly peated with lots of black pepper, wood spice, and hints of jalapeno. Slightly seaweedy character. Finishes spicy and somewhat sweet/fruity with light smoke.Reminiscent of a more reserved Springbank 15.
8th December 2012
read my notes: http://whiskyisrael.co.il/2010/07/05/quick-dram-longrow-14/
8th July 2010