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Longrow Red 11 Year Old - Australian Shiraz Cask

(70cl, 53.7%)

Longrow Red 11 Year Old - Australian Shiraz Cask

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Longrow Red 11 Y/O Bottling Note

This limited release of Longrow single malt Scotch whisky was aged for six years in refill bourbon casks, then finished for five years in Australian Shiraz casks. An intriguing and well executed experimental edition of the heavily peated whisky.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: The traditional Longrow peat is present, but it's paired with rich cherries and chocolate notes.

Palate: Sweet summer fruits, red wine and oatcakes all make an appearance.

Finish: Very dry with a good plume of peat smoke at the end.

Overall: Splendidly surprising.

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Longrow Red 11 Year Old - Australian Shiraz Cask Reviews

Amazement

I consider myself superlucky to have the possibility to taste this jewel. This whisky stole the show this evening! I do not need to go into much detail, as the nose and palate are clear, but the palate is still shocking. You can expect stuff, but what you get is even more surprising and amazing in taste.

26th February 2014

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