Littlemill Scotch Whisky Distillery was built in 1772 and was situated in the Lowlands of Scotland. The water source that this distillery used was Kilpatrick Springs. This distillery is now closed but was one of the oldest in Scotland, producing Littlemill 8 Year Old Single Malt, Littlemill 17 Year Old Single Malt and Littlemill 32 Year Old Single Malt.
When this distillery was open it was location very near Dumbarton at Bowling. It was sandwiched between the railway line and the River Clyde and joined the collection of distilleries that were located in this area on the Clyde. Sadly like the a couple of the others in a five mile stretch this distillery is no longer and just shows the competition that is on offer with the 'big boys'.
Littlemill 29 year old in Littlemill's Private Cellar collection
Published Date: 2nd September 2019
Littlemill 29 year old, the latest expression from Littlemill’s Private Cellar collection, will be released this September, using liquid carefully selected from some of the last remaining casks to be laid down at the Littlemill Distillery. Read more
Scotland's oldest licensed distillery revealed as Littlemill With new historic documentary evidence proves that it was the oldest licensed whisky distillery in Scotland
Published Date: 8th April 2019
Littlemill Distillery has long laid claim to an extensive and fascinating history, but new historic documentary evidence unearthed from the archives now conclusively proves that it was the oldest licensed whisky distillery in Scotland. Read more
Stars align for launch of Littlemill 40 Year Old Celestial Edition
Published Date: 5th February 2019
Loch Lomond Group has launched the Littlemill 40 Year Old Celestial Edition (46.8% ABV) in the UK, the oldest expression ever to be released from the now lost Littlemill distillery. Read more
Unveiling the Last Precious Drops: Littlemill 2017 Private Cellar Edition: 1st August, 2017
Whisky connoisseurs and collectors from around the world will have a rare opportunity to acquire a single malt from an extinct distillery thought to be one of the oldest in Scotland. Read more
Paragon Of Time Collection: The Singleton 53-Year-Old: The Singleton Single Malt Scotch Releases Its Oldest Ever Bottling
Published Date: 19th September 2019
Diageo announced today that The Singleton Single Malt Scotch Whisky will reveal its oldest ever release, the first in the Paragon of Time Collection: a 53-Year-Old 1964 Vintage. With only 117 bottles drawn from a single oak hogshead cask from the Dufftown distillery, the special release is the rarest expression of The Singleton in existence. Read more
Duncan Taylor Scotch Whisky Launches 8 New Premium Octaves™ and includes a 20-year old Bowmore, a 46-year old Port Dundas and a 26-year old Glen Grant.
Published Date: 18th September 2019
Innovators of maturation in Octave™ casks, Huntly-based Duncan Taylor Scotch Whisky has significantly extended their range, with the launch of eight new premium Octave™ whiskies to the market. Read more
Lagavulin™ Launches 21 year old Single Malt As their annual Limited-Edition Jazz Bottling
Published Date: 13th September 2019
Lagavulin Distillery has announced the release of a new 21 year old limited-edition Single malt bottling to celebrate 21 years of Islay Jazz Festival. Read more