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[22 Nov 2012 | No Comment | 905 views]
Tasting Littlemill 1988 , 23yo –  “Archives”

Littlemill whisky Distillery was established in 1772 to the west of Bowling by the north shore of the River Clyde and on the main road into Glasgow. Subsequent modifications during the 1930s resulted in a number of novel features including double ventilation towers which sat over a single drying kiln and pot stills with rectifiers rather than the more traditional …

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[9 Oct 2012 | No Comment | 1,392 views]
Littlemill 21 Year Old Burns Malt Whisky (the whisky barrel)

Another exclusive bottling for the whisky barrel shop, From a single sherry hogshead cask #35 limited to just 60 bottles.
Littlemill whisky Distillery was established in 1772 to the west of Bowling by the north shore of the River Clyde and on the main road into Glasgow. Subsequent modifications during the 1930s resulted in a number of novel features including double …

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[12 Jun 2012 | No Comment | 1,520 views]
Littlemill 1989 – 22 Year Old by Single Malts of Scotland

Not a lot Littlemill bottles out there I am afraid, and every single one is something to cherish. The last one I had was another IB (Kintra) which was nice. This was was getting raving report from fellow bloggers, and seemed something worth a try. Luckily I was given a sample by my good whisk friend Billy (thank you!), while …

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[4 Jan 2012 | One Comment | 1,875 views]
Tasting Littlemill 22 year old by Kintra Whisky

Time to get back to the single casks collection by Kintra. Late 2011 I reviewed the excellent Laphraoig 13 year old which was all firecrackers and gunpowder, and I have a few more I will be reviewing early 2012. The first of which is a 22 year old  Littlemill, which I also the first Littlemill to be reviewed on Whisky …