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Compass Box The Lost Blend

(70cl, 46%)

Compass Box The Lost Blend

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Compass Box Lost Blend Bottling Note

The Lost Blend from Compass Box is comprised of 2 unpeated Highland whiskies, coming from the Clynelish and Allt-á-Bhainne distilleries, and a peated whisky from the Caol Ila distillery on Islay. It has been named in honour of a past Compass Box expression, Eleuthera, which has been lost to the ravages of time, and also shares a name with a 1907 story by O. Henry about two bartenders trying to remember and recreate a blend of spirits which possessed almost supernatural qualities. The Lost Blend received a very impressive score of 95.5 in Jim Murray's Whisky Bible 2016.

For the Lost Blend, Compass Box have created three different labels, all based around a theme of lost things, like keys, books and shoes (it happens). So please be aware, your label might not look exactly like this one.

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Compass Box The Lost Blend Reviews

A very big surprise.

I barely remember this whisky. But I remember drinking it. I own a bottle of it but cannot bring myself to open it. Having tried it at a bar once, I can say, without hesitation, it is one of the very best whiskies I’ve ever had. The preference is subjective, of course. But it had pleasant notes of orange and spice; Highland and peat. I paid over $100 for the last bottle. I’d probably pay over $200 for another, just to be sure. It is splendid.

13th October 2017

An amazing change to the normal blended scotch

I found this to be an amazing blend. The flavours were bold but savoury.
I just finished a bottle I won at a Robbie Burns supper and I'm a little saddened that it had been discontinued.

28th May 2017

Good whisky!

More floral on the nose, but somewhat congested by an oily quality. On the palate oily peat notes come through stronger, with a fresh earth quality following as it mingles a bit with the floral notes. Some spices, flowers, and strong medicinal notes on the finish.

13th October 2016

Wow

Superb, with a hint of smoke and perfect balance. A real gem!

12th November 2015

Soon it will be lost again...

What a wonderful whisky! Gently peated, fruity with near to perfect balance. This is one of the best whiskies I've had - and I have had quite a few....

8th November 2015

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