Dunglass was an experimental peated malt made at the Littlemill distillery for a brief period around the end of the 1960s. It was never officially bottled and almost all of the stock produced was used for blending. It is one of the rarest and most sought-after malts by collectors. Only a handful of bottlings have ever been released by indepen ... Read More »
A double pack of Littlemill whiskies from indie bottler Signatory. Dunglass was an experimental malt from Littlemill distilled only in 1967: oily, lightly peated and never made again. In this set it's packaged with a bottle of the regular 1967 Littlemill for comparison.
An incredibly rare experimental malt from the folks at now closed Littlemill. They had an adjustable rectifier attached to their stills which gave them the ability to produce a number of different distillates. Dunglass, named Dunglas here due to someone not finishing the stencilling on the cask, is an oily, lightly peated spirit that has not been produced again.
A 1967 vintage whisky from defunct distillery Littlemill, Dunglass being their rare experimental peated spirit that was never planned to be released as single malt. This was bottled by Italian independent Moon Import as part of their 'The Animals' series.
An incredibly rare whisky: Dunglass was an experimental peated malt made at the now-extinct Littlemill for a very short period in the 1960s. Only a tiny handful of Dunglass bottlings have ever seen the light of day, including this Signatory version for the Italian market.