Celebrating Littlemill’s legacy as Scotland’s oldest licensed distillery, this decanter skilfully incorporates the treasured remnants of the original distillery manager’s house – these pieces, which date back to 1772, include reclaimed glass, slate, wood and stone sourced from the roof, windows, walls and floors of the building. All of the 250 hand-blown crystal decanters were facet cut at the base to mirror the style of glass cutting during the Georgian period, and a beautiful bespoke handmade collar was designed and produced to fit around the neck of the decanter. The decanters are housed in a bespoke handcrafted cabinet that comes complete with a dress stopper made from the sandstone taken from the remains of the Littlemill distillery. Crystal pegs had to be cut by hand and were then hand fitted into the decorative stoppers.
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