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The Lost Distilleries Blend - Batch 10

(70cl, 51%)

The Lost Distilleries Blend - Batch 10

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Lost Distilleries #10 Bottling Note

The Lost Distilleries Blend has reached double digits! Yes, The Blended Whisky Company's exceptional blended Scotch whisky created exclusively with malt and grain whiskies from distilleries that have shut their doors has arrived at its 10th batch. As ever, stocks both rare and sought-after by whisky collectors and cognoscenti alike have made their way into the Lost Distilleries Blend - this time featuring whisky from Caperdonich, Rosebank, Imperial, Mosstowie, Glen Mhor, Glenisla, Glenlochy, Craigduff, Port Ellen and Brora, alongside grain from Port Dundas. A marvel of blending and a fine tribute to those gone but not forgotten greats.

Batch 10 is a release of 1,041 bottles.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Aromas of chocolate-covered coffee beans, marzipan and vanilla cream unfold amongst a complex blend of polished oak, liquorice tea, aniseed, and a touch of toffee apple.

Palate: A very sweet palate opens up with notes of soft, warm raisins dotted through sticky-toffee pudding, vanilla ice-cream and a crumbling, buttery fudge. Sharp green apple builds, with a touch of smoke and rich oak tempering the sweetness.

Finish: Long and incredibly full, the lusciously creamy texture is tempered with a bite of charred oak warmth.

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Lost Distilleries Blend - Batch 10 Reviews

How much?

Tried this tonight as part of the dram club. Plenty of flavour and age. Was getting on board with it and thought I’d look up a bottle. £350? El oh el! Do me a favour.

22nd November 2019

Fine whisky, but at a hefty price point

Palate starts with light floral notes and graduates into baked raisins. The finish is beautifully long. Certainly a whisky that makes you stop and think for a while

7th January 2018

Intense, floral, sweet and altogether unique.

It's quite simply the most remarkable whisky I have ever tasted. A 3cl bottle came as part of an advent calendar and it's the first whisky that has literally stopped me dead in my tracks. The aroma from the bottle did not prepare me for the intense floral sweetness that exploded onto my palette. If I could afford it I'd be ordering a full bottle at least! What a wonderful experience.

19th December 2017


The best whisky we have ever had and we have had A LOT of whiskys

17th December 2017

Tobacco, tobacco, and more tobacco

Clearly contains some well-aged whisky, but not much in the way of complex flavors. Tobacco, leather, and a little toffee in the background are the main flavors. I couldn't identify much of what was mentioned in the tasting notes. A little disappointed given how highly rated the earlier batches were. For the price, I can't recommend.

16th December 2017


This is the best I’ve tried out the 15 days so far in the Drinks by the Dram advent calendar. It is amazing—floral and vanilla notes and smooth from start to finish.

16th December 2017

Very, very, Fine

I would heartily recommend this. If you want a good whisky, one that you bring out on special occasions, this is a fine, fine choice.

15th December 2017

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