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Milford single malt is a reminiscence of Willowbank Distillery (also known as Wilson), which operated in Dunedin (the second largest city on the New Zealand South Island) from 1974 to 1997. In 1981 Seagram took over operations and launched Lammerlaw single malt, which gained modest popularity, but times were tough for whisky producers and even with Seagram’s marketing power the distillery was not to be able to survive. The New Zealand Single Malt Whisky Company formed in the early 2000s acquired the remaining stock, roughly 80000 liters, and introduced the Milford brand. Milford 1998 is a single barrel bottling from the early 2010. It comprises whisky aged in ex-bourbon cask no. 64 and bottled at natural strength of 49.7% abv.
Nose: grainy and oaky, breakfast cereals, vanilla, caramel, grapefruits, apples, quince jelly, hints of hay and moist wool and touch of cinnamon.
Palate: fruity and spicy, pepper, nutmeg, ginger, vanilla, grapefruits, green apples, roasted nuts and oak tannins.
Finish: fairly long, oaky and peppery with little vanilla, honey and shy fruity notes.