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Mackinlay's Shackleton The Journey 2nd Edition Blended Scotch Whisky

  The first edition of the Shackleton recreation proved so popular, that both its creator (Whyte & Mackay) and the Antarctic Heritage Trust felt there was demand and potential for a sequel. The Journey revisited was released as a 2 nd edition in slightly less faithful packaging with the wooden box replaced by sturdy cardboard. The bottle remained wrapped, just like the original bottles that Shackleton took on his ill-fated expedition. Bottled at 47.3%, Richard Paterson once again took the reigns to recreate the original liquid, where he blended a new edition using: Aultmore Ben Nevis Dalmore (heavily peated) Fettercairn Glenfarclas Glen Mhor – cask #1909 from 1980 Jura (aged in Limousin oak casks) Mannochmore Pulteney Tamnavulin Both editions have proven to be very well received and successful in raising a substantial donation to the Heritage Trust. Yet, the Shackleton range was not done there as a more mainstream and limitless edition was released as the Shackleton Blended Malt S

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