Lost Lantern Announces New Single Distillery Series


April 4, 2023

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Lost Lantern, independent bottler of American whiskey, announced the launch of its new Single Distillery Series. For its debut, Lost Lantern closely collaborated with two of the most exciting names in American single malt whiskey: Balcones Distilling in Waco, TX, and Whiskey Del Bac in Tucson, AZ.

Each release in the Single Distillery Series is a blend of multiple casks all sourced from a single distillery. These whiskies allow the Lost Lantern blending team to deeply explore what makes a distillery unique and special, often by bringing together flavors in a new way and showing a new perspective on a distillery.

These limited-edition bottlings are designed to appeal to whiskey enthusiasts seeking new flavor combinations and fans of Balcones and Whiskey Del Bac who are excited to explore the breadth of what those distilleries have to offer.

The new series launches with three whiskies, all American single malts: “Gentle Giant” Balcones Distilling Texas Single Malt, “Desert Dessert” Whiskey Del Bac Arizona Single Malt, and “Mega Mesquite” Whiskey Del Bac Arizona Single Malt, all priced at $100/750ml.

The bottlings will be available for purchase starting April 26 online at LostLanternWhiskey.com and Seelbachs.com, as well as at select retailers in California, New York, and Alberta, Canada.

The new Single Distillery Series builds on Lost Lantern’s long-standing Single Cask series, which showcases unique whiskies from well-known distilleries and highlights distilleries that are otherwise difficult to access.

“By bringing together several different casks, the whiskies in the Single Distillery Series allow us to explore the full range of flavor a distillery can offer,” Lost Lantern co-founder Nora Ganley-Roper said in a news release. The series aims to showcase the versatility, breadth, and depth of some of Lost Lantern’s most beloved partners.

The Single Distillery Series will also enable Lost Lantern to make its whiskey more widely available. While all the releases in the series are still limited editions, with the largest being just over 1,000 bottles, the volume of the new series will help Lost Lantern ensure that whiskey lovers can access their releases more easily.

In addition to releasing the new Single Distillery Series, Lost Lantern has unveiled a new look, was named the 2023 American Independent Bottler of the Year at the Icons of Whisky Awards America in February and on March 30 was named the global Independent Bottler of the Year at the worldwide Icons of Whisky Awards Gala in London. This spring also marks the first time Lost Lantern will be available at select brick-and-mortar retailers in both New York and California.


Lost Lantern “Gentle Giant” Balcones Distilling Texas Single Malt: This single malt includes whiskey aged in European oak casks, an ex-bourbon barrel, and ex-apple brandy casks. Named “Best American Single Malt Aged Under 12 Years” at the 2023 World Whiskies Awards. Proof: 115.2 | Bottles: 1,100 | $100

Lost Lantern “Desert Dessert” Whiskey Del Bac Arizona Single Malt: Made with Whiskey Del Bac’s mesquite-smoked mashbill and partly finished in Sauternes and Pineau des Charentes casks. Named “Best American Single Malt” at the Fall 2022 John Barleycorn Awards. Proof: 113.8 | Bottles: 450 | $100

Lost Lantern “Mega Mesquite” Whiskey Del Bac Arizona Single Malt: A blend of three heavily mesquite-smoked casks, this is one of the smokiest whiskies ever to come from Whiskey Del Bac. Proof: 120 | Bottles: 180 | $100

The first three entries in Lost Lantern’s Single Distillery Series will launch on April 26th. Other releases in the series, which will range across all styles of American whiskey, will be released starting later this year.

For more information, visit LostLanternWhiskey.com.