Re: Longmorn 15
The LCBO's stocks do seem to be thining out of Longmorn. I already have 1 open and 2 in reserve, but I think I may buy one more just to be safe.
This is just a great example of a distillery abandoning a product that is very high in quality, re-jigging the age statement to re-brand the bottle in such a way as to justify the price increase. Quite frankly, I would not pay the extra 50 bucks for the wood box the 16 comes in...you can't drink the wood.