Edit: Still, a tiny puddle of longmorn is resting next to me in the glass, I allow myself a few more minutes this fantastic nose and then this wonderful sample is unfortunately history ...
Wonderfully clear amber glitters and shines in the glass, on the glass wall of my Premium Snifter sticks an oily streak from the solve in slow motion syrupy "legs" and with relish back flow back into the glass. After watching the drops on their way for a few minutes, dark dried fruit flavors suddenly tear me from my lethargy. Dried fruits and grapes appear vigorously at the first nose, old vineyard peaches and zests of dried orange peel mix with caramelized sugar and incredibly sweet fruit flavors. Blackcurrants and blackberries distribute a sour, tart fruit compote, followed by dark black sour cherries. Nut chocolate and hints of old leather appear. Long oily "legs" are still sticking to the glass wall, optically and olfactorily, the Longmorn shows its best side and sets high standards. After a few minutes, spicy wood tones and lightly Christmas spices come into their own, creamy toffee and a hint of fresh mint come to the fore, milk chocolate and wet leather in the background combine to form a sweet and tart mixture. The alcohol is wonderfully harmoniously integrated despite 59.4% and tickles only occasionally in the nose, I could smell for hours on this complex and complex nose. Slowly, my salivation begins, I look forward to the first contact in the mouth ...
Herb and powerful flow sweet caramel and spicy dark wood elements over the tongue, wooden sharpness flows through the palate while voluminous heat spoils the entire mouth area. A pinch of pepper dissolves from the sticky wooden sharpness on the palate and tickles lightly on the tongue, spicy and dark oak note dominate the taste at the moment. After a while juicy plums and old oranges come to the fore, caramelized almost burnt sugar rests on the tongue. The second sip is also evident from its powerful and voluminous side. Sweet dried berries rest briefly on the tongue, then wooden sharpness combined with spicy pepper envelops the tongue. Dark wood elements stick to the palate, old leather and slightly sweet tobacco dissolve, the high alcohol content of 59.4% heats the entire mouth properly. Leather and tobacco are increasingly coming to light, cedar and raisins are floating in saliva, old walnuts are playing with a handful of hazelnuts. Powerful and complex blurring now taste and aftertaste.
Leather, walnuts and creamy oak tones float in the saliva, dried tobacco sticks to the palate. Sweet berries and grapes are flashing up again and again, associations with darkened rooms, humidors and old leather armchairs emerge. Creamy, the wonderfully complex flavors spread in the mouth, the aftertaste gives the presumption as if he never wanted to end!