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102-year-old whisky from Antarctic sees light of day

8 years ago33 views

A crate of Scotish whisky that was trapped in Antarctic ice for more than a century, has finally been opened in New Zealand. It was found earlier this year beneath the floor of a hut built by explorer Sir Ernest Shackleton during his 1908 expedition. The eleven bottles of McKinlay's whisky were wrapped in paper and straw for protection. However, the heritage dram won't be tasted as it's being preserved for posterity.

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