Lost Loch Spirits

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Lost Loch Spirits is located on the historic eastern shore of Loch Auchlossan, the Lost Loch Spirits distillery is nestled between forest and farmland on the edge of the Cairngorm National Park. It is proud to be a house of brands and believe that each of its products should have its own story to tell and its own space to tell it.

Lost Loch Spirits award-winning product portfolio includes Scotland’s first absinthe Murmichan, eeNoo gin, and Haroosh; a whiskey-based liqueur.


Micro tour/tasting experience


  • Tour of the distillery
  • A brief history of gin and absinthe and the art of distilling
  • Botanical sampling
  • Tasting of our award-winning spirits
  • Complimentary Lost Loch Spirits branded glassware

Duration: approx. 45 minutes


Spirits School experience

Participants get a hands-on experience to see what it is like to make a botanical spirit from scratch. This can be a gin, but it can also be an absinthe or any botanical based spirit. Lost Loch Spirits will teach the science, the tips and tricks, ratios and what botanical's complement each other but the final recipe comes down those around the still. Boasting a massive range of over 100 botanicals including everything from mushrooms to marigold flowers.


  • Tour of the distillery
  • Access to the Lost Loch botanical library
  • Provision of all-base alcohol
  • Locally sourced buffet lunch including unique Lost Loch produce
  • Shared or solo use of a 5 litre copper alembic still (maximum of 3 persons per still)
  • Complimentary drinks from the Lost Loch bar (soft and alcoholic)
  • Complimentary Lost Loch goodie bag
  • £5 discount of any of our distilled products
  • 50cl bottle of your product with bespoke printed label

Duration: approx. 6 hours


Lost Loch Spirits also offer bespoke private bookings and can tailor the experience.

  • Opening Times

    Open All Year

    Spirits School and Micro-tours are available every other Saturday.
  • Facilities
    • Parking
    • Coach Parking
  • Accessibility
    • Disabled Access

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