Chivas Brothers
2-4 Blythswood Square
G2 4AD
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Longmorn has been long revered within the whisky industry, with a pioneering, ambitious spirt traceable back to the single malt whisky's roots. Its journey began in 1894 when globe-trotting and entrepreneurial founder, John Duff, established the Speyside distillery and introduced innovative export methods including its own railway, which rapidly transported the single malt whisky directly from the distillery doors around the globe. This heritage is brought to life through the refined new packaging, which features vibrant golden arches representative of train tunnels and bridges, layered on a deep purple background. Longmorn continued to inspire whisky craft far and wide in 1919, with Masataka Taketsura undertaking an apprenticeship at the distillery, to then go on to become the 'founding father' of Japanese whisky in the wake of his time at Longmorn.