And thanks to the latest Lost Lantern series, you can now find great bourbon from Nevada’s deserts to Texas’ wide-open plains, and from the Midwest to the mountains of Colorado.
Lost Lantern, the independent bottler of American whiskey founded by Nora Ganley-Roper and Adam Polonski, shines a light on the depth and breadth of bourbon.
All the Summer of Bourbon releases come bottled at natural cask strength, and are labeled with the source distillery or distilleries.
The Summer of Bourbon includes the first new entry in Lost Lantern’s Blend Series since 2020, when the independent bottler introduced American Vatted Malt Edition No. 1.
Far-Flung Bourbon is a blend of straight bourbons from four distilleries in four states that have never been blended before: Frey Ranch in Nevada, Boulder Spirits in Colorado, Watershed Distillery in Ohio, and Still Austin Whiskey Co. in Texas.
The release also includes the first bourbon in Lost Lantern’s Single Distillery Series: Soaring Spice, from Frey Ranch Distillery in Nevada.
It also includes six different single casks from six distilleries in five states: Frey Ranch in Nevada, Boulder Spirits in Colorado, Ironroot Republic in Texas, Still Austin in Texas, Tom’s Foolery in Ohio, and New Riff in Kentucky.
“The Summer of Bourbon shows that great bourbon can take many different forms,” Ganley-Roper said. “It can be made in many different ways in climates and aging conditions that are utterly different from each other, having a huge impact on flavor.”
For more information, check out www.lostlanternwhiskey.com.