Citrus and boiled sweets rule the palate, along with hints of ginger & cinnamon, while soft oak tones reveal toasted apples. The finish is medium sweet, malty and dry.
Surprisingly thick and fruity. Golden sultanas, dates, apple peelings and a dusting of cinnamon. Fragrant oak finish.
The palate has cinder toffee, dark chocolate, orange peel and espresso with traces of rubber and egg (1 of 833 bottles)
Slightly tange to start with the pear, apple and lemon. The sweeter notes kick in with plenty of honey, sultana and malted barley. Some light wood spices (cinnamon and nutmeg) and a touch of water biscuits add depth and complexity at the end. The finish is soft with the sweetness of sultana, combined with green fruit and spices for a tangy and spicy ending.
Silky, fresh, appetising. Sweet but not cloying. Light, fresh, delicate, notes of orange-blossom honey. Very gentle acidity on finish giving a balancing dryness.
Creamy, on apricot syrup, quincy syrup, orange marmalade, sweet white wine… Hints of smoke, cake, cinnamon and aniseed. A classic.
Rich and creamy with a slight medicinal hint. Always the presence of smoke. The gentle smoke lingers on the finish.
Medium-bodied in the mouth, this Longmorn displays fudge, butter and lots of spice. The finish is quite long, with oak and late lingering dry spices.
Sweet and spicy, malty notes present. Dry and spicy finish. What it gains in intensity it loses in elegance.
Layers of lemon, melon, pear, grapefruit, lychee, ginger and honey with an unforgettable hint of mint. Very smooth with a rich vanilla, Scottish butter toffee, table fudge and macadamia nut cream finish.