|Brand: Lost Distillery
||Volume: 70 CL
Lossit peat, flavourful as it is, would like the water of Loch Lossit be used in most stages of the whisky-making process. As well as dry the barley, it would also warm the washback, fire the stills and heat the poor workers on a freezing Islay night. As Frederick Maclagon of Haig’s of Lochrin noted, it was fortunate the taste of peat proved so popular, for the constant use of peat as a fuel meant it was impossible for the whisky to taste of anything else!