Whisky "Longrow" 18 years old gift box, 0.7 L
Reviews of purchase "Longrow" 18 years old gift box, 0.7 L
The taste of whiskey a full, rich, slightly greasy, multi-layered. Bouquet opens mineral, marine and fruit (ripe fruit, citrus) notes, as well as expressive tones of peat and smoke and nuances of chocolate. Later, add a touch of bitterness (notes tonic) and yeast shades. The finish is long and warm, spicy and savory.
In very complex, constantly changing the flavor of whiskey can be caught shades of peat smoke and herbs, strong tones of citrus (orange, kumquat), honey nuances of apple with cinnamon and mint.
Whiskey is a great digestif. It can be used in conjunction with a cigar and coffee.
Whiskey "Longrow" 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 casks.
"Longrow" 18 years old - a delicious whiskey of the highest quality, mature, rich, multi-faceted, with characteristic notes of peat inherent in the classical style Springbank. Aged for 18 years in the sides of sherry, whiskey "Longrou" has become a true legend, especially because it is limited to a small number of the release. Balanced, smooth, with beautiful sea and mineral notes, "wrapped" in the sweetness of fruit and chocolate shades, whiskey conquering its elegance and sophistication and gives real pleasure.
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 - 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.