Longmorn 29 year old

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Alcohol:56.2
Region:Highlands
Color:Dark bronze
Nose:Barley malt, flowery notes with sherry
Body:Smooth, rounded, medium to full
Palate:Clean, woody, toffee, cereal-grain maltiness
Finish:Clean, malty, nutty, a hint of sherry, appetizing and very long
First Tasted:September 2004
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