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Littlemill 21 Year Old 1992 The Whiskyman


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@markjedi1Review by @markjedi1

25th Feb 2014


Littlemill 21 Year Old 1992 The Whiskyman
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Littlemill is a lost glory from the Lowlands and almost never disappoints. It is the case here as well. This is the 21 Year Old from the Age Matters series from The Whiskyman, available for around 125 EUR.

Caramelized apple, oranges, banana, peach from a can. Something atypically salty too. Where did that come from? Anyway, it is not disturbing at all. Some vanilla and almond oil. Coconut milk. Mildly floral. Dried grass and potpourri. Liquorice, cinnamon and ginger. Sofa of faux leather.

Oily on the palate with an immediate line-up of fruit as can be expected from Littlemill at this age: apricots, peach, pineapple, grapefruit. Loads of grapefruit, in fact. The grass is still there, as is the vanilla. Wonderfully sweet and fiery. Some garden herbs and oak kick in. Gets a nice bitter edge. Feisty!

The long finish turns the mouth somewhat dry, but does leave a smile on your face.

Thanks, Dominiek, for this great Littlemill.

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