Boutique Scotch whisky producer, The Lost Distillery Company, has announced that it has relocated to one of Scotland’s finest stately homes and estates, Dumfries House.
The company, which hand-crafts modern interpretations of legendary whiskies from long closed distilleries across Scotland, will now operate from the 2000-acre estate in Ayrshire that was saved from falling into disrepair by His Royal Highness, The Duke of Rothesay in 2007.
The Lost Distillery Company’s blended Scotch malt whisky, Lossit, has been awarded a prestigious Master award at the Global Scotch Whisky Masters 2016.
Independent Scotch whisky producer, The Lost Distillery Company hand-crafts present day expressions of legendary whiskies from long closed distilleries across Scotland. As part of the company’s Classic range, Lossit is a marriage of aged single malts styled on the long lost distillery in Ballygrant on Islay, which closed in 1867. It’s a rich, peaty whisky offering a very unusual balance, of oily sweetness, zest and spice.