Longrow 10 year old

May 26, 2015 1 Comment by

Longrow is a hard to find single malt from the Campbeltown region. Some suggest it has reached cult status. Longrow is double distilled from heavily peated malt. The whisky itself is restrained but full of flavor.

Alcohol:46%/vol
Region:Campbeltown
Color:Antique gold
Nose:Toffee, salt, and notes of peat
Body:Medium to full, robust
Palate:Sweet with hints of peaches and smoke
Finish:Medium to long, nutty and smoky
First Tasted:March 2010
Price: $$
Number: 270
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One Response to “Longrow 10 year old”

  1. Barbara Heller says:

    While living in Virgina amongst US Marines found highland malts the most popular five stars

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