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Lochside 1981 Gordon & Macphail RO/15/07 vs Littlemill 24 yo 1990/2015 Cadenhead Small Batch 53.7%

This session is for lost and gone fruity malts that show maybe less fruit but allow more individual characteristics to surface.

Lochside 1981 Gordon & Macphail Rare & Old RO/15/07 46% 515 more words


Littlemill 2011 20-year-old, Royal Wedding

Bought: Robbie’s Drams, 4th November 2015

88.25/100 – Whiskybase (average from 10 member votes)

Only 820 bottles of this Littlemill were produced by Hart Brothers to commemorate the marriage of Prince William and Kate Middleton in April 2011. 160 more words

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Littlemill 23 Year Old (WhiskyBroker) Review

You don’t need to know much about the indie bottler WhiskyBroker except for the facts he’s bottling interesting whisky and does so with very fair prices. 157 more words

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Closed Lowlanders: Littlemill 1991/2015 G&M Rare Old RO/15/04 vs St. Magdalene 1975/2012 G&M Rare Old RO/12/07

Maybe not the best lowland pairing. Littlemill is generally light, sometimes fruity-grass whisky that wasn’t even distilled in pot stills. That’s right, it was distilled in stills with their tops chopped off and replaced with a rectifying column, and then covered in aluminium. 478 more words


Littlemill 25 Year Old Private Cellar Edition

Type: Scotch Single Malt Whisky

Region: Lowland Whisky

Distillery: Littlemill

Bottler: Littlemill

Age: 25 Years Old

Alcohol: 50.4%

Bottled: 2015

Initial Price: GBP 2000+

Review  425 more words

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Littlemill 25, Oloroso Sherry cask finish, 50.4% - Private Cellar Edition

A while ago a call was launched on Facebook and Twitter to find people willing to taste and blog about the new Littlemill 25 year old that’s just been released. 564 more words

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Review - Littlemill 25 Private Cellar Edition

The Littlemill distillery was located on the banks of the River Clyde near Glasgow from 1772 and stood until it was dismantled in 1997 and thereafter completely destroyed by fire in 2004. 350 more words

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