Littlemill 8 year old

Dec 10, 2015 1 Comment by

Alcohol:43
Region:Lowlands
Color:Very pale
Nose:Perhaps toasted marshmallow
Body:Light to medium
Palate:Malty sweet, yet somehow not overbearing; marshmallow, powdery icing sugar
Finish:Very smooth, dry, coconut
First Tasted:March 2003
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One Response to “Littlemill 8 year old”

  1. Name says:

    this is the best young scotch (being an 8 yrl old) I’ve ever tasted. In some ways I prefer it to the 17 yr old. I have consumed many bottles of both. Since the distillery burned down they arent producing any more. I hope someone starts it up again. I’m running out and can only buy limited supply that Hart brothers have released.

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