LONGMORN EXPANDS ITS LUXURY PORTFOLIO WITH TWO NEW EXPRESSIONS
Single malt brand Longmorn is set to invest in the prestige whisky category by completing its range of luxury Scotch whiskies, with the launch of two new releases to the portfolio. The latest additions include an updated Longmorn 16 Year Old, with new liquid and packaging and the launch of a 23 Year Old expression.
The Longmorn 16 Year Old is being reinterpreted with an enhanced liquid which is matured in a combination of ex-sherry, American and traditional oak casks. Bottled without chill-filtration and crafted using a higher proportion of rare first-fill American oak casks, it carries notes of ripe fruity pears, smooth milk chocolate and has a sweet vanilla aroma. The new 16 Year Old has also had a packaging refresh that suitably reflects the superiority of the liquid; the glass bottles have high, broad shoulders, a long pouring neck and are largely transparent to showcase the quality of the whisky inside.
Longmorn 23 Year Old is the pinnacle of the new Longmorn range, full of rich and profound flavours. This rare single malt is rested for more than two decades in hand selected oak casks, chosen to complement the flavours of the Longmorn spirit. Celebrating the distillery’s unique character, this luxury offering provides flavour notes of ripe pear and red apples that give way to a long, smooth finish.
Packshot of Longmorn 23 Year Old