Oooold Scotch

If you like a really chilled glass of whiskey, you better not plan a trip down to New Zealand. A crate of Scotch whisky frozen in Antarctic ice for over a century is now being defrosted in a controlled environment by New Zealand’s Canterbury Museum officials, but only for analysis, but not to sip. Recovered along with four other whisky and brandy crates, the Scotch was stored under the floor of a hut which was originally built by Sir Ernest Shackleton for his Antarctic expedition in 1908.


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