"The oldest whisky in the Longrow core range, the annually released 21 year old has a different maturation with each release. Sweet peat smoke and maritime notes show Longrow at its best in this most recent edition.
Nose A soft peat influence introduces this dram, reminiscent of smoked mussels and cured meats, balanced with sweet notes of apricot and peach.
Palate The peat influence becomes more robust on the palate while retaining the coastal characteristics typical to Longrow, with notes of seaweed and samphire coming through. The sweetness from the nose persists in notes of soft, ripe berries.
Finish A delicate, creamy finish, there are notes of raspberries, caramelised butter, cranachan and prolonged peat smoke."