Full review in a flight of four Littlemill and two St. Magdalene: https://keinehalbendrinks.de/2022/08/31/old-rare-flight-013-lowlands/
Fruit pips and citrus peel. Freshly peeled, with wax on it and lots of white pericarp. Then comes some smoke. In the direction of incense sticks. The citrus fruit is slowly becoming clearer. Lime. This also comes across as a slight soapiness.
Soap. And potpourri. Rose petals. In addition a slight sharpness of pepper. It's like grandma's or aunt's too-sweet perfume, only without the sweetness. That's... special, I would say.
Dry and waxy but again that extreme note between perfume and soap. A bit of orange or tangerine flashes in between, that helps a little. If you wait a long time, the soapy note will subside completely. This is the moment when you can see the Littlemill more clearly. It is sweeter now, with honey and ripe citrus. A few bitter notes, in the direction of milk coffee.