Longmorn 34 – TWA

The second one from the TWA Bottle-Share, and another oldie. This time a Longmorn, of which I usually like whisky from long ago, but not necessarily old. Let’s give this one a try and hope its better than the SMWS one I tasted recently!

Nose:
Heavy from the very beginning. Its not all consuming but heavy. Quite thickly sherried but I got the idea this isn’t a typical Longmorn. Old tangerine, dry with a slightly chemical edge. It quickly opens up a bit more to release a lot more fruity aromas.

Taste:
The fruits gets a bit fresher here. The heaviness is mostly gone and now I get fresh pear, chili pepper and apricot.

Finish:
The finish is long and smooth with christmas cake, dried fruits, raisins and brown sugar.

This one had a bit of a difficult start, but in a weird way I like that. It focuses my thoughts on what’s in my glass instead of the telly. The fruitiness is very good and highly drinkable too.

Longmorn 34, The Whisky Agency, Landscapes series, 50.2%, 1974-2010, € 179

Nose: 7
Taste: 8
Finish: 8
Overal experience: 8
Price/quality: 0

Total: 31 points

4 stars

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About Sjoerd de Haan-Kramer

I'm a web developer at Emakina. I'm highly interested in booze, with a focus on whisk(e)y and beer. I like to listen to loads of music and read an occasional book. I'm married to Anneke, have a daughter Ot and a cat called Kikker (which means Frog, in Dutch). I live in Krommenie, The Netherlands.
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