Tag Archives: Vatted Malt

Lost Distillery Jericho Scotch Review

The Lost Distillery Company Jericho

By Richard Thomas Rating: B The operating theme for The Lost Distillery Company is to create vatted malts that simulate the single malts produced by a now defunct distillery, and Scotland has dozens of them. In this instance, Jericho Distillery, also known as Benachie. This was founded as an Aberdeenshire farm-distillery in 1824. The name changed to Benachie in the ...

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Seven Underrated Scotch Whiskies

Aberfeldy 12YO single malt

By Richard Thomas A whisky can be overlooked for a variety of reasons. Many look askance at the lack of an age statement or if the age statement is below 12 years, the point which serves as the lowest age rung in many whisky lines. The brand may be overshadowed by a more famous neighbor or simply be obscure in ...

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Lost Distillery Company Lossit Scotch Review

By Richard Thomas Rating: B We’ve already discussed who The Lost Distillery Company is in previous reviews, and the name sums up what they do pretty succinctly. Instead, I’ll cut straight to discussing the lost distillery at hand, especially in view of how it’s from that island so esteemed by so many diehard Scotch whisky fans: Islay. Lossit, sometimes also ...

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Usquaebach Releases First New Blend In A Generation

Timed for this year’s holiday season, Usquaebach Blended Scotch Whisky has released its first new blend in nearly 25 years, the An Ard Ri Cask Strength. Usquaebach was established in 1877 and continues to thrive today. The word “Usquaebach” literally translates to “the water of life,” and it’s collection of whiskies resurrects the same fiery spirit that was born in ...

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