Andalusia Whiskey Co. Triple-Distilled Texas Single Malt
A Texas Triple
Lost Lantern hand-selected this cask from Andalusia Whiskey Co. in Blanco, Texas. Founded by two expert brewers, Andalusia has quickly become a leading Texas distillery and an important voice in American single malt. Their whiskies truly reflect the climate and character of Texas hill country.
This single cask was made from 100% malted barley and distilled three times on a handmade copper pot still. Aged in new oak for 3 years, it is our first triple-distilled release. It has peppery oak spice and peppermint on the nose and notes of allspice and clove on the palate. Warm and refreshing, it reminds us of eating ice cream in a waffle cone on a hot day.
This is our first release from Andalusia, one of our most requested partners, and one of the only ways to get their whiskey outside of Texas.
2023 Single Cask #15: Andalusia Whiskey Co. Triple-Distilled Texas Single Malt
Age: 3 years
Quantity produced: 177 bottles
Details: Cask strength; Non-chill filtered; no color added
- Mashbill — 100% American 2-row malted barley
- Maturation Barrel Info — New American oak, Kelvin cooperage, #3 char
- Barrel Entry Proof: 105 proof
- Barrel Size — 53 gallons
- Finishing Barrel Info — N/A
- Length of Secondary Maturation/Finishing — N/A
- Type: Single Cask
- Pour: Neat, on the rocks, or in a cocktail
- Glass: glencairn or rocks glass
About Andalusia Whiskey Co.
Founded by two expert brewers, Andalusia Whiskey Co. has rapidly become an important and innovative voice in American single malt. Located in Blanco, Texas, their whiskies truly reflect the climate and character of Texas Hill Country. Andalusia’s single malts, distilled on a truly handmade and hand-hammered copper pot still, include triple-distilled whiskies (some of the only examples of that style in the United States), peated single malts, and single malts made with oak, mesquite, and apple-smoked barley—a nod to Texas barbecue. In 2021, one of their whiskies was named to Whisky Advocate’s Top 20 Whiskies of the Year list, making Andalusia one of the first Texas distilleries and one of the youngest distilleries to receive such an honor.