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Climate, Geography, Geology very similar to Scotland also a lot of Scotts emigrated there.
An ideal place for making whisky it is a shame they demolished the Willowbank distillery due to a down turn in the world economy.
This distillery was established in 1974 when the Baker family opened the Willowbank Distillery in Dunedin, producing such popular whiskies as Wilsons and 45 South.
The distillery was latterly owned by Seagram (1980s) who produced the New Zealand single malt that was originally sold under the "Lammerlaw" brand.
Lammerlaw was discontinued when Seagram sold the stocks and the Willowbank Distillery in 1997 to Australian brewer Fosters, only for Fosters to mothball operations and send the stills to Fiji for making rum
The distillery has over the years several names Dunedin Lammerlaw, or Willowbank distillery and was closed in 1997 The distilling equipment has since been dismantled.
The New Zealand Single Malt Whisky Company in 2010 secured the remaining single malt stocks, 80,000 litres in 443 barrels from what had previously been stored in an old airplane hangar. The whisky now resides in a bonds store in Oamaru.
The Milford Brand was created to showcase this fine, limited edition, single malt.
Milford Single Malt is similar in style to the Lowland malts of Scotland, lighter in body and aroma than the malts of the highlands - elegant with a delicate nose, soft citrus in flavour and a very smooth finish.
Milford 10 year old, 43% (Lammerlaw) Single Malt Whisky
From the demolished lammerlaw Distillery.
Light pale straw yellow.
Lifted fruity nose, gentle dry dusty notes, muted lightly toasted oak and floral and light malt notes, sweet fruit palate, beautifully balanced and elegant, controlled spirit.
A finish that gradually fades into gentle smoky notes
Milford 15 year old, 43% (Lammerlaw) Single Malt Whisky
Medium yellow gold,
powerful, spicy aromatic aroma of Caribbean spices with undercurrents of warm oak wood. Wonderful array of malt, spice and fruit.
Almost too good to drink - one can live on the aroma alone