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The distillery Jericho was founded in 1822 and closed again in 1913. It was never opened again. Hidden in a valley near the town Insch are the remains of the Jericho distillery. William Smith founds the distillery in a place that was perfect for whiskey production. The area became famous for the production of barley. The surrounding hills are blessed with abundant peat and from the nearby Jordan Brand the distillery got the clear water.
Scotland's forgotten distilleries
Nearly one hundred scottish whiskey distilleries closed their doors forever in the past century. The Lost Distillery has set itself the task of researching the original taste of long pst times , investigating the whiskey production of the then distilleries and reinterpreting selected malts. The bottlings were modeled on characteristically handmade whiskeys, not from lost barrels or antique bottles. Instead, the most important information about the long-forgotten whiskey distilleries was gathered with a team of historians around Professor Michael Moss from the University of Glasgow and reinterpreted by the Masterblender of the Lost Distillery Company. The focus was on the most important critical components of the whiskey production: water source, peat, distillation instruments and wood.