Whisky Longrow 100 Proof, 10 Years Old, gift box, 700 ml
Reviews of purchase Longrow 100 Proof, 10 Years Old, gift box, 700 ml
The taste of whiskey explodes a whole bunch of sweet, salty, peppery, fruity, smoky and vanilla notes. At the same time refined and oily, it ends a long persistent finish.
The aroma of whiskey felt delicate tones of dried fruit and light smoke, notes of marmalade and orange peel, nuances of fresh flowers and iodine.
Whiskey is excellent as a digestif, goes well with a cigar and coffee.
Longrow whiskey produced since 1973. The first distillation was carried out as an experiment to prove that it is possible to make single malt whiskey Islay style and on the mainland. This experiment was a success. The result is a very special whiskey peat, which immediately gained popularity and became an important part of the company's line of "J & A Mitchell". His name was in honor of whiskey old factory Longrow. Barley used in the production of "Longrow" completely dried on peat smoke, which gives a wonderful whiskey peaty character and delicate smokiness. After double-distilled whiskey matured in wooden barrels, 60% of which - from the sherry and 40% - of bourbon.
Whiskey "Longrow 100 Proof" (a 100% proof) performed in the style Longrow, but has its own distinctive features. "Longrow 100 Proof" is aged in American oak barrels of bourbon and bottled at natural fortress of 57%. Characterized by a wild, rebellious and mysterious character, as eloquently says his taste, which combines soft, fatty, salty, sweet and spicy shades. Whiskey produced in small quantities only twice a year - in spring and autumn.
Springbank Distillery is located on the west coast of Scotland. It was built by the brothers Archibald and Hugh Mitchell in 1828. Unlike its nearest neighbor - Glen Scotia is that Springbank never changed hands. The plant is currently owned by "J & A Mitchell", which aims at restoring the once great whiskey region Campbeltown. Today, the company produces four excellent whiskey: "Springbank", "Longrow", "Hazelburn" and "Kilkerran".