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Lowland malts are defined as those coming from the southern half of Scotland - that is, from south of the highland line.
In terms of their taste, the Lowland malts are perhaps a good first stepping stone into the wider world of single malt whiskies for the drinker who wants to graduate from blends: relatively unassertive in character, they are generally soft and light, with a gentle sweetness which ensures them many fans among more experienced palates. Much of the produce of the Lowland malt distilleries is used in blends.
Lowland - 70cl / 46%
Littlemill,established in 1772 , is possibly one of Scotland's oldest distilleries. It lies on the border between the Highlands and Lowland regions, but is classed as Lowland due to its use of triple distillation. It was completely demolished in 2006. Sweet with peach and apricot aromas initially. …
Lowland - 70cl / 55.1%
The nose on this limited edition is clean and light with creamy-soft juiciness. The palate is tart and fruity. Scented and floral(dried grass and roses). Minty with a gloriously smooth mouth-feel. Sweet, crisp and acidic. The finish is short and sweet.