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This is Longrow has been aged for seven years in ex-Bourbon casks then finished for four years in Cabernet Sauvignon wine barrels.
Nose: Red fruits of cherries and raspberries with a hint of Prosciutto and smoke.
Palate: Peat, leather and salt in classic Longrow style with some black berries for a vinous background.
Finish: The finish is long, lingering and coastal with stewing red fruits on the tail.
Overall: This is a superb Longrow that offers all of the coastal peatiness you could want with the complexity of a wine cask finish.
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A wonderfully complex wine finish.
30th April 2016
The peat and the combination of the cabernet sauvignon cask notes are so pronounced. This provides a one of a kind journey.
21st November 2015
Terrific! Complex and peaty.
23rd November 2014
This is an excellent example of what is so special about Scotch Whisky. Combining peat cabernet wine cask is a combination so unusual but works so well.
24th September 2014
This is a very moreish Longrow. the influence of the Cab Sav casks really works well. Try the Shiraz finish too. excellent stuff!
17th December 2013
I dont like wine treated whisky in general, but this really a waste of good new make - seriously...
24th February 2013
£65 must a mistype
29th September 2012