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The Littlemill distillery was closed and dismantled in 1996. With that, what may be the oldest Scottish single malt whisky distillery disappeared from the stage. The origins of Littlemill date back to around 1750. Until the final closure of the distillery located in the Lowlands, there were quite a few changes in ownership. It is also worth noting that Littlemill worked according to the triple distillation technique until the 1930s.
Independent Littlemill bottlings still appear, but they are becoming less and less.
You don't see them much anymore, bottles from famous Scott’s Selection. That alone makes this 20-year-old Littlemill single malt whisky special. The robust ABV is also special, and that this dram, once bottled for America, is now in our shop!
A collector's item, that is clear. A 28-year-old bottling at cask strength from the single malt whisky distillery Littlemill closed in 1996. Bottler Ian Macleod released it in the Chieftain's series, in a release of 290 bottles. Interested?
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