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Scotch on the rocks for Antarctic Shackleton whisky

A crate of Scotch whisky found beneath the floor of a hut built by explorer Sir Ernest Shackleton during his 1907 expedition has been opened.

The eleven bottles found inside were wrapped in paper and straw to protect them from the freezing temperatures.

  • 13 Aug 2010
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