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Seven Fifty Daily — Meet the New Breed of Independent American Whiskey Bottlers

A new breed of American whiskey producer is copying a trusted page from Scotland’s book of whisky-crafting traditions—they blend and bottle whiskeys that someone else has distilled.

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Seven Days — Lost Lantern Aims to Create New Markets for Small-Scale Whiskey Makers

Nora Ganley-Roper was a wine expert at the storied Astor Wines & Spirits in New York City when she fell in love with whiskey. She had grown up under the tutelage of her wine-appreciating family in Weybridge and honed her expertise in grapes and regions by reading wine textbooks while commuting by bus to a job in the financial world.

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Seven Fifty Daily — American Single Malt’s Long Fight for Official Recognition

During a fierce blizzard at the bitter end of winter in March 2016, nine American distillers gathered at Binny’s Beverage Depot in Chicago to hash out a definition for the nascent category of American single malt whiskey.

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Wine Enthusiast — Is the Best Bourbon Really From Kentucky? Maybe Not

We know this is going to generate controversy, so let’s just lean right in: the top-scoring bourbon this month isn’t from Kentucky—it’s a single cask made in Boulder, Colorado.

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InsideHook — Review: Lost Lantern Is Pushing the Boundaries of American Whiskey

What we’re drinking: The latest single cask collection from independent bottlers Lost Lantern, including collaborative releases with craft distillers Smooth Ambler (West Virginia), Westward Whiskey (Oregon), Frey Ranch (Nevada) and Spirit Works (California). 

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Uproxx — Twenty New Bourbons From Under-The-Radar Brands, All Under $100

Lost Lantern just dropped their spring 2022 collection of single cask selections from some seriously big hitters in the craft whiskey world. For their first edition, the bottler chose a barrel from Smooth Ambler in West Virginia. This bottling is from one 53-gallon barrel of wheated bourbon from West Virginia that’s bottled as-is without filtering or cutting down with water. That means there are only 190-odd bottles of this around.

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