Longrow Red 2010 Fresh Port Review | Whiskey Raiders
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Longrow Red 2010 Fresh Port

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    11 Years

  • Intro:

    Longrow Red Fresh Port takes the lauded spirits produced at Longrow (Springbank) and finishes it in fresh port casks - a desirable entry for most scotch drinkers. Let's dive in.

  • Nose:

    Sweet sweet thick cream, rich jammy fruit, some peat smoke but its subdeied with some pepper. Rich pound cake, fruit cake, any fruit turnover dish etc etc. This thing is sweet as the day is long with rich heavy fruit and then a raw burst of peppery peat.

  • Taste:

    Sweet and complex with heavy jammy fruits like apple, strawberry, raspberry, date fruit, fig, etc. Pepper, peat, smoke and a really savory char note. God this is good. Butter cream to follow. Its sweet, fruity, peppery, charred paradise.

  • Finish:

    Long and sweet but complex. Massive flavor and there is no inkling that this is over 100 proof from the taste and finish which makes this a delicious, dangerous beast.

  • Overall:

    Delightful, powerful and complex. Longrow Fresh Port steals the show in a display of savory, sweet and complex scotch delight.

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  • By t8ke
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