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Littlemill 21 Year Old 1991 - Single Cask (Master of Malt)

(70cl, 52.4%)
Littlemill 21 Year Old 1991 - Single Cask (Master of Malt)
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Littlemill 21 Year Old Bottling Note

Distilled the year before production at this Lowland distillery ceased forever, this Littlemill single cask is one of the finite remaining gifts one of Scotland's oldest distilleries has left us. And it's a good'un. 273 cask strength bottles were produced from cask number 2665, a hogshead.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Honey, grass and yummy custard turnovers. Bagels and just a suggestion of wallpaper paste too.

Palate: Slightly floral with touches of citrus that give way to soft oak and a wisp of smoke on the tail.

Finish: Pancakes pop up before a long nutty finish.

Overall: A thoroughly enjoyable single cask from this now closed Lowland distillery.

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User Reviews of the Littlemill 21 Year Old 1991 - Single Cask (Master of Malt)

A Littlemill Lament!

It has been my pleasure to collect and taste many Littlemills over the years and this one is quite outstanding. It has the usual nose of citrus, soft oak, honey and creamy malt. Superb lingering taste of buttermilk, citrus fruits, incredibly soft oak and honied malt. A long finish for a Littlemill of citrus, oriental spices and vanilla. Superb malt and outstanding value. Grab one while you can. Why oh why did Diageo close this pearl of a Distillery?
Trebor - Kent

7th September 2013

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