Littlemill (silent)

(Little-MILL)

A closed distillery that was located in the area near Glasgow that's on the border between the Highlands and the Lowlands but usually classified as Lowland possibly because the distillery used the technique of triple distillation that's traditionally used in the Lowlands - as opposed to the double distillation that is customary in the rest of Scotland at least until 1930. Quite possibly the oldest malt whisky distillery in Scotland with roots going as far back as 1750.The last remains of Littlemill distillery (largely dismantled in 1997) are destroyed by fire in 2004. Dumbuck" (heavily peated) and "Dunglass" (unpeated) were the names of two malt whiskies that were produced by experimental set-ups at Littlemill that didn't operate for very long. As a result, bottles under these names are extremely rare.

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