Littlemill 20 yo 1992/2013 (54.9%, Berry Bros & Rudd, cask #10) Colour: straw. Nose: this time it's rather the vanilla that speaks first, then we have the expected bag of citrus fruits. No I won't list them all. Maybe hints of coconut like in the 1991 by Whisky Spirit? I'm tempted to add water but I'll play today's silly game: no water. Mouth: unusual, in a good way. Not easy to pin down, wait... Some wormwood for sure (absinth), aniseed, then orange liqueur (rather John Glaser's excellent Orangerie, are they still making it?), raisins, ouzo (not kidding)... A lot of fun in this one, and it's not dissonant in any way. Very oily mouth feel. Finish: long and pretty perfect. Old Sauternes this time, it's spectacular. Comments: this baby hasn't got the 1988's purity and total 'Littlemillness', but there are bags of fun. Try it if you can! SGP:651 - 89 points.