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The Lost Distillery Company expands into East Asia


Ayrshire-based boutique Scotch whisky producer, The Lost Distillery Company, has launched its award-winning range in Hong Kong and Macau. The formal relationship with distributor, Adega Royale, will see the legendary whiskies available in Hong Kong and Macau for the first time. The companies celebrated the new partnership with a launch party on 27thFebruary 2017 followed by several prestigious events and dinners across Hong Kong and …

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The Lost Distillery Company releases “Christmas Pudding” whisky


Independent Scotch whisky producer, The Lost Distillery Company, has unveiled a limited edition Jericho Christmas Pudding blended malt whisky for the festive season. The Lost Distillery Company hand-crafts legendary whiskies from long closed distilleries across Scotland with a contemporary twist. The new merry malt is part of the Jericho range, styled on the lost distillery in Nether Jericho, Aberdeenshire which closed in 1913 due to …

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Weekly Review: Lossit – The Lost Distillery Co.


The relationship between Islay and Malt Whisky is as old as the history of the spirit itself; Islay is thought to be one of the first beneficiaries of the old Monks’ distillation knowledge when they came from Ireland to Scotland. As harmonious as the relationship between Island and spirit is, their combined history has been a difficult one often fought between smuggler and authority. Many …

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An enchanting whisky getaway with The Lost Distillery Company


Remember, I already introduced you guys to the historical approach of The Lost Distillery Co. in a previous article earlier this summer (don’t tell me you don’t remember – you went all crazy for this giveaway – thanks again for being so numerous to enter btw!). And as I’ve been roaming around Scotland since a few weeks, I gladly took the opportunity to visit the …

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SUMMER GIVEAWAY: The Lost Distillery Company x The Whisky Lady


In the last century, almost one hundred of Scotland’s malt whisky distilleries have been closed or destroyed. This accounts for nearly half of all distilleries that have ever existed in Scotland. Global economic downturn, over production, world wars and prohibition all contributed to the loss of so many distilleries. As a result, many unique and venerable brands have been lost to the world. Until Now… …

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