Converted in 1772 from a 1750s brewery, Littlemill is another lost Lowlands distillery, having been located in West Dunbartonshire. The license was acquired in the 1820s, but there are claims that distilling was taking place on the site as early as the 14th century, which would have made it one of the oldest distilleries in Scotland. Read More »
A commemorative limited edition from independent bottlers Hart Brothers of 20 year old single malt from the lost Lowland distillery Littlemill, released in April 2011 to celebrate the Royal Marriage of Prince William and Kate Middleton.
A 1988 vintage Littlemill from independent bottler Douglas Laing as part of their Director's Cut series, reserved for their best casks. Distilled in November, it was aged for 25 years before 225 bottles were yielded in June 2014.
Littlemill is a lost Lowland distillery that was closed in 1994, dismantled in 1996 and eventually fully demolished in 2006 after a fire had destroyed many of the remaining buildings. However, stock from the distillery still exists, and the second release of the 21 year old is an official bottling as the Littlemill name and license are still owned by Loch Lomond distillery.