The name Longmorn is said to derive from an old Scottish word meaning “place of the holy man”. Produced near Elgin, this malt whisky is highly respected for its smooth, complex full character and heady bouquet.
The primary aromas give yellow fruit skins and honey. There is some underlying spice to enliven the nose. The palate offers a creamy texture with abundant fruit and some white chocolate notes, again cut by the spice.