May 19th, 2021
Not more needs to be said, does it?
With as little as 100 casks a year being filled, peated for 48 hours at a rate of 50/55PPM, it is a whisky in the mold of coastal classics…but does its own, very unique thing. What that thing is, well, I doubt we’ll ever really find out.
NAS whiskies, in all honesty, they’ve never bothered me. The fact they bother so many is quite baffling. If it’s quality liquid then why does it matter? Ardbeg Uigeadail or most of their range, any Jameson’s product, Johnnie Walker Blue Label, most bourbon products, and of course, this bottle of Longrow. Nobody seems to bat an eyelid about NAS when it’s on a brand that is universally loved…the fickle side of whisky.
Anyway. Longrow Gold. It’s brilliant. Enjoy