Littlemill (Closed) / Lady of the Glen

Littlemill 21 Year Old (Lady of the Glen) Review

Littlemill 21 Year Old (Lady of the Glen) This is the second release from Lady of the Glen that i've had the pleasure of trying, and a really lovely dram it is too.

The nose fills with soap and acetone before going creamy and fruity, a very interesting dram with layers of complexity that work wonders.

Each uniquely numbered bottle is presented in the Lady of the Glen bespoke gift bag with a descriptive tasting tag and with only 320 bottles of this dram from, the closed, Littlemill distillery the asking price of £95 is very much easy on the wallet.

You can pre-order you bottle directly from Lady of the Glen.

Many thanks to Gregor at Lady of the Glen for the official sample.

Tasting Notes & Details

Nose

the nose on this starts with a touch of acetone then comes along with some soapy bubbles with some of the creamy centre from Oreo biscuits and powdered coffee creamer, underneath it is a fruitiness that reminds me of tinned fruit salad and angel delight.

Palate

soapy with a hint of spice to begin with, quite hot, then it goes sweeter and more fruity, lots of creamy angel delight and tinned fruit.

Finish

tinned fruit and coffee creamer

Bottle Details

Bottle Name: Littlemill 21 Year Old (Lady of the Glen)
Age: 21
ABV: 53.60
Distiller: Littlemill (Closed)
Bottler: Lady of the Glen
Type: Single Cask Single Malt
From: Scotland, Lowland
Posted: 09/03/2014 by Tom



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