Longmorn Scotch Whisky Distillery was built in 1894 and is located in the Speyside region of Scotland. This distillery is part of the Chivas Brothers portfolio and produces the Longmorn 15 Year Old Single Malt whisky.
Longmorn Single Malt Whisky has two new expressions add to their list of product from October 2016 and they are the Longmorn 23 Year Old and a luxurious reinterpretation of the renowned Longmorn 16 Year Old. More details about these two new expressions within the latest news below. You can also see the range on offer from Longmorn by click here.
The contact details for this distillery are Longmorn Distillery, Elgin, Morayshire, IV30 3SJ and the contact phone number is +44 (0)1542 783400.
Exclusive Interview with Paul McDonagh owner of Bon Accord: Glasgow Whisky Bar
Published Date: 16th February 2019
It’s a pub that I have been into many times in the past, even before my passion for whisky took over. So, when I got the opportunity to meet the owner of “Bon Accord”, Paul McDonagh, I jumped at the chance. Read more
100,000 bottles of rare whisky sold at UK auction in 2018 - Value of rare whisky bottles sold at UK auction exceeds £40m
Published Date: 8th February 2019
Rare Whisky 101 co-founders Andy Simpson and David Robertson
The UK’s rare whisky auction market has exceeded sales of more than 100,000 bottles of rare whisky in a single year for the first time as global demand accelerates. Read more
New Irish Whiskey With A French Connection Writers' Tears Copper Pot Deau XO Cognac Cask Finish
Published Date: 6th February 2019
Carlow, Ireland: 5 February, 2019: Walsh Whiskey has released Writers’ Tears Copper Pot - Deau XO Cognac Cask Finish, a super-premium edition of its universally popular Writers’ Tears Copper Pot Irish whiskey. It is the fourth expression released under the Writers’ Tears range. Read more
Stars align for launch of Littlemill 40 Year Old Celestial Edition
Published Date: 5th February 2019
Loch Lomond Group has launched the Littlemill 40 Year Old Celestial Edition (46.8% ABV) in the UK, the oldest expression ever to be released from the now lost Littlemill distillery. Read more