92 points from me with a tendency to 93, which I should actually give for the PLV and in the current market environment.
The amber-colored Longmorn draws beautiful streaks in the 1920's Blenders glass. Wow and then what a nice start with a hefty 57.5% - but this incredibly well integrated in a large basket full of fruit, not the alcohol tickles in the nose, but an incredible number of aromas that are wonderfully carried by the whole alcohol strength. Ripe cherries and cinnamon cakes, in the background with notes of vanilla and raisins, a nose that I really like and that I like to spend a lot of time with.
In the mouth, the filling continues what the nose suggests. The Longmorn feels very soft with an eerie load of flavors. It now has even more depth, with darker fruits, nuts and very light bitter, woody notes. No alcohol that would interfere despite undiluted cask strength. Each sip offers a potpourri of pleasant fruity flavors and a piece of cocoa or chocolate for an early autumn evening. Nothing is watered down, nothing is disruptive, everything fits. It literally makes your mouth water.
Getting slightly drier, it warms the whole mouth. After the last sip, some of the soft mouthfeel remains for a pleasantly long time.