Part of a series, this is Lost Distillery's take on what Benachie Distillery's whisky might taste like today, had it not closed in 1913. It has a notably dark amber hue, and a bouquet that suggests toffee and campfire smoke. On the palate, it's a relatively dry sip, starting with toffee but unpacking slow-building smoke, clove and burnt orange peel, and finishing with cigar wrapper, unsweetened chocolate and spice. A good contemplative sipper. Best Buy. — K.N.