Our founders, Nora and Adam, spent a year traveling across the United States in search of great whiskey. They criss-crossed the country, visiting distilleries in dozens of states, and meeting the brave founders and distillers who bet their livelihoods for a chance to make whiskey… often in places where spirits haven’t been made in a hundred years or more.
Lost Lantern American Vatted Malt Edition No. 1 is a 12-barrel blend of single malt whiskies from six distilleries:
Balcones in Waco, Texas
Copperworks in Seattle, Washington
Santa Fe Spirits in Santa Fe, New Mexico
Triple Eight in Nantucket, Massachusetts
Westward in Portland, Oregon
Virginia Distillery Co. in Lovingston, Virginia
It tastes like rich baking spices, salted pretzels and roasted barley
surrounded by a savory smokiness.
This straight bourbon whiskey shows just what Texas ingenuity, grains, and temperatures can do. It was made from 100% Texas-grown roasted blue corn, an unusual mash bill for a bourbon, and aged for two years in a 60-gallon new American oak cask.
It tastes like charred, buttery corn-on- the-cob dipped in maple syrup.
This single cask comes from New York Distilling Co. Located in the heart of Brooklyn, NYDC is one of the country’s first urban distilleries and a champion of the rebirth of both gin and rye whiskey in the Empire State.
It tastes like chocolate-covered Turkish delight with balanced rye spice and notes of oak.