Lost Distillery Classic Lossit 70Cl
Volume: 700 ML. Place of Origin: SCOTLAND
Founded in 1817 by Malcolm McNeill, Lossit was the biggest producer of whisky on Islay in the industry’s formative years and lasted for half a century until it was silenced in 1867. The longest surviving and most successful of Islay’s farm-distilleries, Lossit was part of the transformation of Islay’s reputation from an outpost of smugglers to a leading force in the whisky industry. Lossit’s ability (and need to) utilise entirely local supplies to build a business that could satisfy both local and national markets is a structure that many Single Estate distillers are attempting to replicate today. It could even be said that Lossit was the original Single Estate distillery!
Aroma: The nose starts with soft smoke, then becomes nicely malty and milky, with flavours of porridge, pear drops and lemons. Later on there is smoked ham, accompanied by toasted oak in the background.
Taste: The palate is medium-bodied and a tad spicy. The smoke has become more prominent now, rolling in soft waves over the tongue. Then there is intense maltiness, together with notes of vanilla and ginger, followed by some sawdust and a touch of soap.
Finish: The finish is long and warming. Smoke slowly disappears on notes of pears.
อีกหนึ่งความสร้างสรรค์ที่ดีเยี่ยม คือ มีความสดชื่นจาก เกาะ kilchoman Machir และ การรักษาความเข้มข้นอย่างดีเยี่ยม ของกลั่นเก่า ของGlendullan (เพิ่มการรมควัน)