The Lost Distillery Lossit Scotch Whisky

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The Lost distillery’s Lossit blended malt is soft smoke on the nose followed by almond milk accompanied with flavors of porridge, pear drops and lemons. The palate is peaty and peppery with toasted oak notes.
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About The Lost Distillery Lossit Scotch Whisky

The Lost Distillery pays homage to the Lossit Distillery. Malcolm McNeill, a prominent farmer-distiller, founded the distillery in 1817, The Islay distillery at Lossit Kennels, near Port Askaig. In its earliest years, Lossit was the biggest producer of whisky on Islay until they closed in 1867. Lossit used either ex-sherry, or pure oak casks. These sherry casks, infused sweet, zesty fruit flavors into the aging spirit. Fragrant peaty notes fused with floral notes from the bere barley. They sourced water from Loch Lossit. The rise of big blending enterprise started the demise of the pure malt distillery.

The Lost distillery’s Lossit blended malt is soft smoke on the nose followed by almond milk accompanied with flavors of porridge, pear drops and lemons. The palate is peaty and peppery with toasted oak notes.

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About The Lost Distillery

Over the past century, nearly one hundred malt whisky distilleries in Scotland have been permanently closed or destroyed. Most of these distilleries were lost as a result of macroglobal conditions, such as Prohibition, world wars or financial crises. As a result, many of the unique and venerable brands in the Scotch whisky industry were considered permanently lost — until now.

The Lost Distillery Company is an independent boutique Scotch Whisky company that is determined to create unique, modern expressions of the legendary whiskies that were distilled nearly a century ago. "We are obsessive about our craft and uncompromising when it comes to whisky quality," says Michael Moss, the distillery's Master Archivist. Moss is a Professor of Archival Science at the University of Glasgow and focuses on ten critical components in order to accurately recreate whiskies that were distilled nearly a century ago.

The ten critical components are the date of last distillation, the region within which the distillery was located, the distillery's water source, the distillery's barley source, the distillery's yeast source, the distillery's drying process, the distillery's mash tun, the distillery's wash back, the distillery's still and the type of wood that was used to mature the whisky. Once these components are determined, Moss and his team of archivists and whisky makers marry together single malt whiskies from distilleries across Scotland in order to create a present day interpretation of that long lost whisky legend.

About Scotch

Scotch is the most popular whisky in the world and is considered the king of them all! There are five whisky regions in Scotland (six if you count the not officially recognized Islands), and each of them produces spirits with unique properties and distinct tasting notes. (The type of grain used determents the type of the scotch.)


Malt whisky is made of malted barley, and grain whisky uses other grains like corn or wheat. Most of the time, a whisky is blended from different distilleries hence the name blended scotch, but if a malt whisky is produced in a single distillery, we get something extraordinary called a single malt.


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Soft smoke on the nose followed by almond milk accompanied with flavors of porridge, pear drops and lemons. The palate is peaty and peppery with toasted oak notes.
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