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Lost Lantern Announces Fall 2022 Collection

Lost Lantern Fall 2022 Collection

Independent bottler Lost Lantern has announced its Fall 2022 collection of single cask American whiskies. The Fall 2022 collection which will feature two single malts, one bourbon, one rye, and one wheat whiskey, each bottled non-chill filtered, of natural color, and at cask strength.

2022 Single Cask #12: Boulder Spirits Peated Colorado Single Malt Whiskey
Limited to 164 bottles at 74.47% ABV (148.94 proof)
Suggested Retail Price: $130.

Boulder Spirits was founded by Scotsman Alastair Brogan, who has brought Scottish whisky making traditions to the Rockies. Made from 100% peated Scottish barley, this whiskey was aged for 5 years in new oak. It’s heavily peated and very smoky, with flavors of smoked figs, bacon-wrapped dates, bitter orange marmalade, and fresh-baked brownies.

2022 Single Cask #13: Cedar Ridge Iowa 5-Year-Old Straight Bourbon Whiskey
Limited to 100 bottles at 61.54% ABV (123.08 proof)
Suggested Retail Price: $100.

It’s no surprise that Cedar Ridge distillery, located in the heart of the corn belt in Iowa, makes great bourbon. The dramatic temperature swings of the Great Plains help create whiskies with a soft, clean, yet spicy character. This is Lost Lantern’s second bourbon from the family-owned distillery. Made from 74% corn, 14% rye, and 12% malted barley, this straight bourbon whiskey was aged for 5 years, giving it great depth and complexity. It has white flowers and vanilla on the nose, a complex palate with white chocolate and baking spice, and a very long finish.

2022 Single Cask #14: Cedar Ridge Iowa 6-Year-Old Straight Malted Rye Whiskey
Limited to 211 bottles at 60.15% ABV (120.3 proof)
Suggested Retail Price: $90.

Cedar Ridge is one of the few distilleries to regularly distill malted rye whiskey, which is made with germinated rye grain. This 6-year-old single cask, made with 51% malted rye, 34% rye, 12% corn, and 3% malted barley, shows why the style is worth your attention. It has a citrusy nose, with lemon, custard, and a rich depth on the palate. The malted rye grain adds a complex, biscuity and toasty flavor and a great mouthfeel.

2022 Single Cask #15: Copperworks Distilling Washington Single Malt (Single Farm, Single Variety)
Limited to 225 bottles at 58.45% ABV (116.9 proof)
Suggested Retail Price: $100.

Founded by brewers, Copperworks brings craft beer’s precision and commitment to local ingredients to distilling. The Seattle distillery works closely with local farms to source its grain, leading to whiskies that truly reflect the climate of the Pacific Northwest. This single malt was made from a single variety of barley called Baronesse, grown on a single farm, the family-owned Joseph’s Grainery in Colfax, WA. Aged for 3 years in a new oak cask, it has vanilla and white pepper on the nose and lavender, oak and saltwater taffy on the palate.

2022 Single Cask #16: Breuckelen Distilling 8-Year-Old New York Malted Wheat Whiskey
Limited to 165 bottles at 59.95% ABV (138.9 proof)
Suggested Retail Price: $120.

Founded in 2010 in Brooklyn, Breuckelen Distilling has been making unique and delicious whiskies that push the boundaries of traditional whiskey styles since its inception. Wheat whiskies are generally known for being gentle and light. Not this one. Made with 100% malted red wheat, this eight-year-old single cask has a deep, rich, and powerful flavor but a soft texture, with notes of rich oak, chocolate banana bread, cranberry teacake, and ginger spice. This is the oldest single cask Lost Lantern has released to date.

The Lost Lantern Fall 2022 collection will be available for purchase at,, and select retailers in California and Alberta, Canada beginning Wednesday, September 21st.

Photo credit: Lost Lantern Whiskey.
Source: Lost Lantern Whiskey.

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