|The Scotland version|
In the past few decades, a number of long-shuttered distilleries have been renovated and put back in service. This is not one of those. The "lost" part of the name refers to historic distillations the company is emulating to create its products.
One good example of the craftsmanship is the whisky known in the U.S. as Benachie and in Scotland as Jericho. Go here for my full set of tasting notes.
• Go here to visit the Capital Region Brew Trail
• Go here to visit Dowd's New York Wines Notebook
• Go here to visit Notes On Napkins