Whisky Littlemill 12 years old, gift box, 0.7 L
Whisky has a sweet taste with hints of spice, herbal bitterness and a long, soft finish with hints of honey and nuts.
The aroma of whiskey felt notes of dried fruit, vanilla, milk chocolate.
Whisky is great as a digestif, goes well with a cigar.
Single Malt Scotch Whisky Littlemill manufactured using traditional technology triple distillation and aged in oak barrels for 12 years.
Litlmill - the oldest distillery in Scotland, built on the site of the brewery in 1772. Pure water used in the manufacture of whiskey came from the slope Killpatrik Hills, located north of the border highlands. Litlmill considered yuzhnoshotlandskim whiskey, despite the fact that water is taken in the northern region. After the bankruptcy of Gibson International in 1994 - the owner Litlmill, distillery came under the leadership of Loch Lomond Distillery Co. Currently, the production of whiskey distillery on the suspended part of the buildings torn down for new construction, equipment dismantled. Perhaps in the future distillery restore and start new production.
Loch Lomond - young plant, built in 1965, Barton Brands and Duncan Thomas. Production began a year later. At the factory installed 3 distillation cube odd number, uncharacteristic for distilleries. In connection with this, the plant can produce more than one malt. Loch Lomond during its existence has produced 7 different malts. In 1984, during the recession in the whiskey industry, the plant was closed and earned again only in 1987. In 1993, the factory was established Coffey-distiller, which allowed not only to produce malt, but also grain whiskey. In 1997, a fire at Loch Lomond destroyed 300,000 liters of whiskey. But the plant continued its work. In 1999, were put into operation two of the cube. Loch Lomond today produces 12 million liters of alcohol per year.