Century-Old Scotch Pulled From Frozen Crate
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Whiskey connoisseurs won't ever get a chance to taste a vintage that was trapped in Antarctic ice for more than a century. Liquid was heard sloshing in bottles of whiskey, when earlier this year, a crate, frozen solid, was pulled from the hut of renowned explorer Sir Ernest Shackleton. The whiskey from the 1890s won't be actually opened, but samples will be extracted through the cork, to see if master brewers can duplicate the antique scotch.
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