Holiday Whiskey Gift Guide 2022: A Whiskey For Every Palate
Well folks, it’s that time of year once again! The time when you start to worry about what you should be getting for everyone on your lengthy list. Good news! We’re here to help you find the perfect whiskey gift for your favorite whiskey-loving person (or for yourself!). For our 2022 whiskey gift guide, we’ve […]
Introducing the Lost Lantern Fall 2022 Single Cask Collection
The Fall Single Cask Collection explores those distilleries that are not nearly as widely available. In fact, every one of the distilleries in this Collection only releases its own whiskies in their home market. For most of them, they’re only available in their home state.
Introducing the Lost Lantern Summer Collection
We are incredibly excited to announce Lost Lantern’s very first Summer Collection! The Summer 2022 Single Cask Collection is our largest single cask collection to date, featuring seven limited-edition single casks from six celebrated craft distilleries: McCarthy’s in Oregon, Frey Ranch in Nevada, Starlight in Indiana, Dad’s Hat in Pennsylvania, St. George in California, and Balcones in Texas.
Introducing the Lost Lantern Spring 2022 Single Cask Collection
Spring has definitely not sprung yet at Lost Lantern headquarters up in Vermont. In fact, we got a foot and a half of snow last week and we expect more soon. The arrival of real spring in Vermont can be a little unpredictable. Not so, however, for the Lost Lantern Spring 2022 Single Cask Collection. The […]
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 […]