The Lost Distillery Company Gerston Archivist Wins Gold at The International Whisky Competition 2019 – Scotch Whisky News

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The Lost Distillery Company Gerston Archivist Wins Gold at The International Whisky Competition 2019.

The Lost Distillery Company, Gerston Archivist has triumphed at The International Whisky Competition 2019, scooping 1st place within the Best Blended Malt Scotch category.

The International Spirits Competition invites whisky from around the world to be blind tasted and rated by its professional tasting panel made up of whisky, spirit, beer and wine experts. Each whisky then scores points based on a unique 100-point scale system, making the IWC one of the most professional competitions of its kind. This year Gerston Archivist beat off stiff competition from some of the industry’s most popular whiskies.

Gerston Distillery was Operational from 1796-1882, Gerston was a favourite among such famous figures as the Duke of Wellington and Sir Robert Peel as well as enjoying export to Calcutta and Buenos Aires.The nose has sweet toffee and ripe fruits. The palate brings soft caramel with a salty note, before a whiff of smoke and lingering salt in the finish. Operational from 1796-1882,

Gerston was a favourite among such famous figures as the Duke of Wellington and Sir Robert Peel as well as enjoying export to Calcutta and Buenos Aires.The nose has sweet toffee and ripe fruits. The palate brings soft caramel with a salty note, before a whiff of smoke and lingering salt in the finish. Operational from 1796-1882,

Gerston was a favourite among such famous figures as the Duke of Wellington and Sir Robert Peel as well as enjoying export to Calcutta and Buenos Aires.The nose has sweet toffee and ripe fruits. The palate brings soft caramel with a salty note, before a whiff of smoke and lingering salt in the finish. o0ssajshjkhooperational from 1796-1882.

Located in Caithness, Gerston was enjoyed by such famous figures as the Duke of Wellington and Sir Robert Peel as one of the first brands to make a name for itself in London.  Gerston was exported as far afield as Calcutta and Buenos Aires. The nose has sweet toffee and ripe fruits. The palate brings soft caramel with a salty note, before a whiff of smoke and lingering salt in the finish. Operational from 1796-1882,

Gerston was a favourite among such famous figures as the Duke of Wellington and Sir Robert Peel as well as enjoying export to Calcutta and Buenos Aires.The nose has sweet toffee and ripe fruits. The palate brings soft caramel with a salty note, before a whiff of smoke and lingering salt in the finish. Operational from 1796-1882,

Gerston was a favourite among such famous figures as the Duke of Wellington and Sir Robert Peel as well as enjoying export to Calcutta and Buenos Aires.The nose has sweet toffee and ripe fruits. The palate brings soft caramel with a salty note, before a whiff of smoke and lingering salt in the finish.

Offering an immersive, historical journey for both trade and consumers, the Lost Distillery Company award-winning portfolio has had phenomenal success in recent years with growth in distribution to nearly 50 markets worldwide.

Scott Watson, Co-Founder of Crucial Drinks and The Lost Distillery Company said: “In the last century, over 100 Scotch whisky distilleries have permanently closed, which I have always felt was a real tragedy. The Lost Distillery Company was borne to bring the stories of these famed whiskies and their people back to life.

He continued “We’ve celebrated some fantastic achievements as a business this year and we are truly honoured to have received such high praise from The International Whisky Competition”

Launched internationally in 2013, The Lost Distillery Company is thriving with availability in nearly 50 markets worldwide. Crucial Drinks is based at The Great Steward of Scotland’s Dumfries House in Ayrshire, one of Scotland’s finest stately homes and estates, which was rescued by HRH The Prince of Wales in 2007.

The Lost Distillery Company can be found at www.thelostdistillery.com

Notes

  • After many years of planning, founders Scott Watson and Brian Woods, set up Crucial Drinks in 2012 developing a world class whisky and rum portfolio that offered outstanding spirits with unique heritage and brand stories. Born and raised in Ayrshire, both founders set out to build a global business in and from East Ayrshire to help regenerate the area.
  • The Lost Distillery Gerston Archivist also celebrated success in 2018 after being awarded Gold at The Travel Retail Masters.
  • The Lost Distillery family is available at select retailers across the world as well as on Crucial Drinks online shop and Amazon UK.
  • Crucial Drinks distributes to nearly 50 markets worldwide including Global Travel Retail.
  • Its award-winning portfolio of luxury spirit brands includes The Lost Distillery Company, Six Saints Rum, Rum & Cane Merchants and Big Mouth Scotch Whisky

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