Chivas releases Longmorn 16
Chivas Brothers is counting on 1991 being a very good year.
The Scotch whisky distiller is releasing its Longmorn 16-Year-Old malt whisky, replacing the 15, to the super-premium category at a suggested retail price of $100. It's a sweet, fruity distillation with notes of cinnamon, and has a spicy nose with nuances of banana and honey.
A new bottle design has a stitched leather base. An aluminum seal stamped with the "g" from the Longmorn logo is tied around the bottle neck.
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Posted by William M. Dowd at 6:33 AM