Back in 1894, the Longmorn distillery was founded in Speyside. Four years later, the founder John Duff founded a second distillery a couple hundred metres from Longmorn, called Longmorn 2: Electric Boogaloo (maybe not that last part, but it was called Longmorn 2 until it became BenRiach). The two distilleries worked together, and eventually had a private railroad built between them to transport barley, peat and other sundries. In fact, if you visit Longmorn today, you’ll find a steam engine in the distillery - a sneak peek of which you can see on our Longmorn label.
Nose: Honey'd malt, chocolatey puddings and a hint of salted crackers.
Palate: Lots of fresh orchard fruits, followed up by baked goods and oak.
Finish: Amaretti biscuits, mown grass and brown sugar.