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LONGMORN 30 years old 43 %
Last bottle and empty
VINTAGE 1964
Distilled 17.1.64
Bottled 10.94
Cask No. 324
150 bottles
Signatory Vintage
Scotch Whisky Co, Ltd, Edinburgh

LONGMORN - GLENLIVET
11 years old 60.7 %
CADENHEAD'S
AUTHENTIC COLLECTION
Sherrywood Matured
Cask Strenght
Distilled June 1984
Bottled December 1995
Not diluted
No additives
No filtration . No colouring
Wm. Cadenhead, 32 Unionstreet,
Campbeltown

LONGMORN - GLENLIVET
11 years old 60.1 %
Last Bottle and empty
CADENHEAD'S
AUTHENTIC COLLECTION
Sherrywood Matured
Cask Strenght
Distilled 1984
Bottled 1996
Not diluted
No additives
No filtration . No colouring
Wm. Cadenhead, 32 Unionstreet,
Campbeltown

LONGMORN
8 years old 43 %
THE ULTIMATE SINGLE MALT
SCOTCH WHISKY SELECTION
Distilled 14/4/89
Cask No. 6052
Bottled 30/6/97
Van Wees, Amersfoort

LONGMORN
13 years old 43 %
THE ULTIMATE SINGLE MALT
SCOTCH WHISKY SELECTION
Distilled 23.12.81
Cask No. 5006
Bottled 1.95
294 bottles
Van Wees, Amersfoort

LONGMORN
15 years old 45 % INFO
Heritage Selection
LAST BOTTLE & EMPTY
Bottled: 1994
Longmorn Distillery, Elgin

LONGMORN
17 years old 59,1 %
Distilled: 1976
Bottled: 1994
Society Cask code 7.13
The Scotch Malt Whisky Society,
The Vaults, Leith, Edinburgh

LONGMORN
geen leeftijd vermelding 40 %
Vintage Highland Malt
Signatory Vintage
Scotch Whisky Co, Ltd, Edinburgh

LONGMORN
29 years old 45 % INFO
Distilled: 1972
Bottled: 2001
Matured in Sherry Oak Hogsead
Cask number 1097
272 Bottles
No Chill Filtration
No Colouring
Blackadder International, Edinburgh

LONGMORN
15 years old 43 % INFO
Heritage Selection (old Bottle)
Longmorn Distillery, Elgin

LONGMORN
35 years old 51,7 % INFO
SINGLE CASK
SCOTCH MALT WHISKY
Distilled: 1968
Bottled: 2004
Society Cask code 7.25
Outturn 421 Bottles
"Ginger chocolate and prunes"
The Scotch Malt Whisky Society,
The Vaults, Leith, Edinburg

LONGMORN
36 years old 52.1 % INFO
SINGLE CASK
SCOTCH MALT WHISKY
Date Distilled: Dec ´68
Date Bottled: May ´05
Outturn 467 Bottles
Society Cask Code 7.28
The Scotch Malt Whisky Society,
The Vaults, Leith, Edinbur;
'Candyfloss and fireworks'

LONGMORN
38 years old 49,8 % INFO
SINGLE CASK
SCOTCH MALT WHISKY
Distilled Feb 68
Bottled Feb 06
Society Cask code 7.35
Outturn 393 Bottles
The Scotch Malt Whisky Society,
The Vaults, Leith, Edinburgh
'Dense dark fruits'

LONGMORN
38 years old 53,6 % INFO
SINGLE CASK
SCOTCH MALT WHISKY
Date Distilled Feb 68
Cask Type Sherry Butt
Date Bottled Jan 07
Society Cask No. 7.37
Outturn 467 Bottles
The Scotch Malt Whisky Society,
The Vaults, Leith, Edinburgh
'Irresistible'

LONGMORN 1992
15 years old 46 %
Single Speyside Malt
THE ULTIMATE SINGLE MALT
SCOTCH WHISKY SELECTION
Distilled: 20/04/92
Matured in a hogshead
Cask no. 53807
Bottled: 11/09/07
Natural Colour
Non Chillfiltering
The Ultimate Whisky Company, NL

LONGMORN
Aged 16 years 48 %
Speyside (aged 16 yrs / single malt)
An initial big malt flavour that commands
a pause revealing a silky richnaturally sweet
and quietly complex character
Non - Chill Filtered Single Malt Scotch Whisky
The Longmorn Distilleries limited,
Longmorn Distillery, Elgin, Morayshire

LONGMORN
Aged 40 years 53,5 % INFO
SINGLE MALT SCOTCH WHISKY
FROM A SINGLE CASK
Distilled March 1968
Cask: 1st Fill Sherry Butt
1 of only 381 Bottles
Society Single Cask No. 7.48
The Scotch Malt Whisky Society, The Vaults,
Leith, Edinburgh
Cold nights and warm fires

LONGMORN
Aged 16 years 48 % INFO
Non - Chill Filtered
The Longmorn Distilleries Limited
Longmorn Distillery, Elgin, Morayshire

LONGMORN
Aged 30 years 43 %
SINGLE SPEYSIDE MALT
SCOTCH WHISKY
Distillers: The Longmorn - Glenlivet
Distilleries Ltd, longmorn
Matured & Bottled by
Gordon & Macphail, Elgin

LONGMORN INFO
1 9 6 4
46 years old 47.7 %
GORDON & MACPHAIL
RESERVE
SINGLE MALT SCOTCH WHISKY
EXCLUSIVELY BOTTLED BY
VAN WEES
Speyside
Distillation date: 24/12/1964
Cask type: 1st Fill Sherry Butts
Cask No. 5614
Bottling month: June 2011
378 Numbered Bottles
Unchillfiltered
Natural colour
Specially Selected, Produced and Bottled
by Gordon & Macphail, Elgin.


LONGMORN
VINTAGE 1 9 9 6
17 years 57.4 %
CASK STRENGHT
THE ULTIMATE SINGLE MALT
SCOTCH WHISKY
Speyside Single Malt
Distilled: 01/05/96
Matured in a Sherry Butt
Cask no: 72324
Bottled: 11/10/13
621 Numbered Bottles
Natural Colour
Non Chillfiltered
Selected by The Ultimate Whisky Company.NL

LONGMORN
CASK STRENGHT
VINTAGE 1 9 9 6
17 years old 59.0 %
THE ULTIMATE SINGLE MALT
SCOTCH WHISKY
Speyside Single Malt
Distilled: 25/06/96
Matured in a Sherry Butt
Caskno: 105084
Bottled; 10/03/14
594 Numbered Bottles
Natural Colour
Nonchillfiltered
Selected by The Ultimate Whisky Company.NL


LONGMORN INFO
42 years old 59.4 %
GORDON & MACPHAIL RESERVE
SINGLE MALT SCOTCH WHISKY
Speyside
Exclusively Bottled for VAN WEES
Working with the specialists at
Gordon & Macphail Van Wees has
Selected the cask for this unique
bottling
Distillation date: 06/11/1969
Cask Number: 5295
Cask Type: 1st Fill Sherry Butt
Bottling Month: June 2011
Number of bottles 402
Bottle Number: 355
Unchillfiltered
Natural colour
Specially selected, produced and bottled by
Gordon & Macphail, Elgin
The World's Leading Malt Whisky Specialist
Established 1895


LONGMORN INFO
44 years old 55.4 %
GORDON & MACOHAIL RESERVE
SINGLE MALT SCOTCH WHISKY
Speyside
Exclusively Bottled for VAN WEES
Working with the specialists at
Gordon & Macphail Van Wees has
Selected the cask for this unique
bottling
Cask Number: 909
Cask Type: 1st Fill Sherry Butt
Bottling Month: June 2011
Number of bottles: 523
Bottle Number: 49
Unchillfiltered
Natural colour
Specially selected, produced and bottled by
Gordon & Macphail, Elgin
The World's Leading Malt Whisky Specialist
Esatablished 1895

LONGMORN INFO
Aged 11 years 57.6 %
SINGLE MALT SCOTCH WHISKY
FROM A SINGLE CASK
Date Distilled 14th June 2002
Cask Type: Refill Barrel ex Bourbon
Outturn: One of only 246 Bottles
Society Single Cask: Code: 7.93
The Scotch Malt Whisky Society,
The Vaults, Leith, Edinburgh
A complex cornucopia


LONGMORN
25 years 46 %
THE ULTIMATE SINGLE MALT
SCOTCH WHISKY
Speyside Single Malt
Distilled: 15/06/90
Matured in a Hogshead
Cask no: 8614
Bottled: 06/10/15
225 Numbered Bottles
Natural Colour
Non Chillfiltered
Selected by The Ultimate
Whisky Company.NL


LONGMORN
Estd 1894
40 %
Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky
THE DISTILLERS CHOICE
Longmorn Distillery, Elgin
Morayshire

Highland Malt
Speyside
LONGMORN - GLENLIVET (1894

Longmorn, Elgin, Morayshire. Licentiehouder: The Longmorn - Glenlivet Distilleries Ltd. Onderdeel van The Chivas & Glenlivet Group Ltd. Eigendom van Seagram.
John Duff, die in 1876 Glenlossie had gebouwd, samen met anderen, stichtte in 1894 Longmorn en zijn optimisme was zo groot in die hoogtij dagen van de whiskyboom, dat hij in 1897 Benriach ook nog bouwde.
Longmorn komt van Llanmorgund, wat land van de heilige man betekent. Het water en de turf komen van Mannoch Hill.
John Duff, die Glenlossie al eerder had verkocht, raakte in grote moeilijkheden en verkocht Longmorn aan James R. Grant, die werd opgevolgd door zijn zonen P.J.V. Grant en R.L. Grant.
De Grants van Longmorn en van Glen Grant werden in 1970 verenigd toen ze met Hill Thomson & Co, whiskyblenders te Edinburgh samen gingen met The Glenlivet & Glen Grant Distilleries Ltd.
In 1972 werd Longmorn uitgebreid van vier naar zes ketels.
In 1974 kwam het aantal ketels op acht.
In 1978 werd de groep overgenomen door Seagram.
De Mash tun is 7.56 ton.
De dertien Wash backs hebben een inhoud van elk 19.300 liter.
De vier Wash stills hebben elk een inhoud van 9700 liter, de vier Spirit stills elk 6500 liter en worden indirect met stoom verhit.
De capaciteit is liter spirit per jaar.
Longmorn derives its name from the Gaelic Lann Marnoch meaning Church of St. Marnoch. Maernanog was one of the missionaries who brought Christanity to the Picts of Moray.
After his death in 625 AD, the feast day of St. Marnoch was celebrated in many Scottish towns.
Over the centuries the name evolved and was anglicised to become Longmorn.
Established in 1894, the distillery nestles quietly a few hundred yards off the main Elgin to Rothes road. Extensive warehousing surrounds a traditional looking Victorian Distillery. The Manager's office looks onto the courtyard, with the production buildings a distinctive pagoda roof set in one corner with the still house visible in the other-forming the southern part. The northern side consists of cask warehouses with the easten side being enclosed by the now disused raiway line.
The appearance of the distillery has changed very little over the years. Although the railway sidings to where materials were transported and from where whisky was shipped south are gone, their existence is still evident on the landscape.
The doubling of capacity of the distillery in the 1970s was contained in the original buildings by reusing space freed after the floor malting operation stopped.

Longmorn was built at the height of the whisky-boom; the demand for single malts in blending seemed never-ending.
However the local newspaper noted the arrival of Longmorn with the following article:
'Still another distillery! Evidnetly the latest one announced for Longmorn is not the last that this district will see. There is much talk of 'still more to follow'. I wonder how many new distilleries have been erected, or are in the course of construction, or have been arranged for within the last three years, within the district known as the Glenlivet radius.
I have lost count. But to this must be joined the fact that at the same time the old and existing distilleries have been lengthening their stakes and widening their stills to an unprecedented extent, some of them doubling and trebling their former output. When is all this going to end'.
The journalist only had to wait five years to find out the answer to his question. In December 1898, the whisky industrie was rocked by the collapse of Pattison, Elder & Co, Ltd, whisky Blenders & Exporters, based in Leith. The fraudulent company had fuelled false demand for malt whisky causing huge over-production. On the collapse they left vast debts which crippled many small distilling companies.
Although the crash brought about the end of John Duff's control, the quality of Longmorn's whisky was already established.
According to The National Guardian in 1897, it 'jumped into favour with buyers from the earliest day on which it was offered' indeed Longmorn is one of only a few distilleries to have enjoyed continuous production.
Longmorn emplys a completely balanced production cycle. From the 8 tonnes of grist mashed in the traditional geared tun, a wash back is charged with 38.800 litres of wort. After fermentation is completed the wash is equally divided between the four wash stills. The four wash and four spirit stills work in tandem - the four batches of low wines are mixed with the previous four batches of foreshots and feints, which results in each spirit still being charged with 6.500 litres.
The stills, small with wide necks promote complexity and give weight to the spirit. The slower distillation time and relatively high-necked stills give elegance and balance. It is this consistency and quality that not only makes Longmorn a Blender's favourite but also a 1st Class Single Malt.

Current Annual Distillery Output: (October 2005) 4 million litres of alcohol
Water Source: Local springs
Malt Source: Burghead Maltings
Malt Type: Optic - lightly peated
Malt Storage: 200 t
Mill Type: Porteus
Grist Storage: 10 t
Mash Tun Construction: Tradition rakes
Mash Size: 8 t
No. of Wash Backs: 8
Wash Back Construction: Stainless steel
Wash Back Capacity: 38.800 L
Yeast: Distillers
Wash Still Charge: 9.700 L
Heat Source: Steam coils
Spirit Still Shape: Traditional

Changing Times
1893 Longmorn Distillery Company formed by John
Duff,
Charles Shirres & George Thomson
1894 Longmorn Distillery starts production
1897 John Duff builds a second distillery, Benriach,
next to Longmorn
1898 The Pattison crash results in Duff relinquishing
control of both distilleries.
Responsibility passed to James R. Grant and
eventually to his two sons
J.C Grant and R.L. Grant, who kept up
continuous production as
the Longmorn Distillery Co.
1970 Amalgamated with Glenlivet & Glen Grant
Distilleries and Hill. Thomson & Co,
Ltd to form The Glenlivet Distilleries Ltd.
1972 The number of stills increased from 4 to 6
1974 Another pair of stills installed
1978 Glenlivet Distilleries Ltd is acquired by Seagram
2001 The Chivas & Glenlivet Group is bought by
Pernod . Ricard





Born during the golden era of luxery, a time of dazzling elegance and breath taking progress,
Longmorn was envisioned as rhe pinackle of exquisite taste. Not only did our forward
thinking founder draw on the latest advances in distilling to create a single malt of unparalleled
finesse, he made the astute and enlightened decision to extend the railway to our distillery door to export his finely crafted single malt. More than a century on, its sumptuous character
is still revered by connoisseurs.

This exceptionally balanced single malt is matured in three different types of oak casks, First
fill American oak barrels bring sweet caramel notes, tempered with hints of warm spices from
ex - sherry casks, whilst traditional oak casks impart subtle depth and sweet treackle toffee notes.


11 October, 2016


Chivas Brothers, the scotch whisky and premium gin division of Pernod Ricard, has introduced two new expressions of Longmorn, its Speyside single malt.
The 16-year-old has been reformulated using traditional, ex-sherry and American oak casks to enrich the blend with pear drops, orchard fruits and more vanilla notes. It is priced at US$252 (per litre).
The Longmorn 23 Year Old, which comes in at a staggering $1,450 (1ltr) and is packaged in a lacquered wooden box, has intense notes of burnt orange, with hints of chocolate. A long, velvety finish.
The Longmorn The Distillers Choice was launched at the start of the year.
Master distiller Trevor Buckley said: "The craft production methods at Longmorn have not changed since the days of John Duff (founder, 1894) and today we reap the rewards of this commitment as they have allowed us to push the boundaries of quality and luxury on scotch whisky."
Chivas Bros brand director, Miriam Eceolaza, said: "Through the addition of Longmorn 23 year Old


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