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Lammermoor Station has distilling at its heart. As a landmark destination for gold miners, prospectors and other hardy souls during the 1860s, Lammermoor Range illegally distilled ‘moonshine’ for all those who travelled the Dunstan Trail. In the early 1900s the Elliot family began to farm the 15,000 acre station, which is nestled in the Central Otago region of New Zealand. Although the distillery was no longer functioning the land still held secrets of it’s past. John’s Grandfather had reminded his son of the Station's original still which he found shortly after his return from the war. He asked him if he remembered its location and while John’s father was sure that he did, on such a large station the hills and gullies can begin to look alike. The still remains lost to this day.
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