Our Whiskey Journal
Introducing Lost Lantern’s Fall 2021 Single Cask Collection
We are very excited to announce Lost Lantern’s Fall 2021 Single Cask Collection! Single casks are an essential piece of the Lost Lantern model, inspired by the long tradition of independent bottlers in Scotland. These highly limited, one-of-a-kind single casks consist of unique and expressive whiskies produced by some of the finest distilleries in the United […]
A Note About Numbers, Revisited
Numbers sure can be confusing. Or, at least, they can be confusing when they intersect with a global pandemic. Back in the spring, we wrote about how the labels on the Spring 2021 Single Cask Collection all actually said ‘2020’ and not ‘2021’. That was a vestige of the pandemic, which caused a delay in […]
Reflecting On More Than A Year Without Travel
Visiting distilleries in person is a cornerstone of Lost Lantern. We launched Lost Lantern with an 8-month “Great Whiskey Road Trip” across the United States in 2018 and 2019, and between then and when the pandemic hit, we visited over a hundred distilleries all across the United States. There is simply no better way to […]
A Note About Numbers
Our Spring 2021 Single Cask Collection is available now, and the labels on all five of these single casks proudly state where the whiskey comes from, and why we’re excited about that distillery and that cask. We are very proud of our transparency!
But there’s one other thing you’ll notice about our labels for this release once you’re actually holding a bottle. The Spring 2021 Single Cask Collection has a secret hiding in plain sight.
San Antonio Current — Balcones Texas Straight Bourbon Whiskey gets VIP treatment from new independent bottler
Balcones Distilling’s Straight Bourbon Whiskey has been recognized as such an exemplary spirit that a new craft-whiskey bottler is releasing a special edition of it this spring.
The Lost Lantern Spring 2021 Single Cask Collection
The Spring Collection shines a light on whiskies that represent three rapidly emerging regional styles: Southwest single malt, Texas bourbon, and cool-climate rye. Each of these whiskies are cask strength, non-chill-filtered, and labeled with full transparency on where they come from—and why we’re excited about that cask and distillery.