Independent bottler Lost Lantern has announced its Fall 2023 Single Cask Collection, showcasing five new single casks from a number of American distilleries.
This seasonal release spotlights whiskies from four returning Lost Lantern partners: Balcones Distilling (TX), Smooth Ambler (WV), New Riff (KY) and Corbin Cash (CA). It also includes Lost Lantern’s first release from its new partner, Andalusia Whiskey Co. (TX).
Beginning September 27th, the Fall 2023 Single Cask Collection will be available for sale online at LostLanternWhiskey.com and Seelbachs.com. Select releases will also be available in California in limited quantities. All offerings are non-chill-filtered, bottled at natural cask strength, and feature transparent labeling highlighting the source distillery.
· Lost Lantern Balcones Distilling Texas Single Malt Finished in a Peated Whiskey Cask (241 Btls | 120.4 Proof) SRP: $100
· Lost Lantern Smooth Ambler West Virginia Straight Bourbon (87 Btls | 121.4 Proof) SRP: $100
· Lost Lantern New Riff Kentucky Straight Bourbon (196 Btls | 116.2 Proof) SRP: $90
· Lost Lantern Corbin Cash California Straight Rye Whiskey 7 Years Old (146 Btls | 129.8 Proof) SRP: $120
· Lost Lantern Andalusia Whiskey Co. Triple Distilled Texas Single Malt (177 Btls | 105.2 Proof) SRP: $100
“The Fall 2023 collection is actually one that is deeply rooted in our customer’s desires,” says cofounder Nora Ganley-Roper. “Our mission of shining a light on distilleries from across the country doesn’t end the first time we’ve released a whiskey from a distillery. Inspired by direct feedback, this collection revisits four of our most sought-after previous distillery partners — Balcones, Smooth Ambler, New Riff and Corbin Cash — and introduces a much-requested newcomer: Andalusia Whiskey Co.”
Single casks are an essential piece of the Lost Lantern model, inspired by the long tradition of independent bottlers in Scotland. With the introduction of the 2023 Fall Collection, Lost Lantern has released 49 one-of-a-kind single casks from 24 distilleries in the U.S. since their debut in October 2020.