Shackleton's whisky returns to Scotland


The bottles of Scotch whisky lay entombed in Antarctic ice for more than a century and will be opened at Invergordon Distillery for analysis. The whisky was found buried underneath a hut used by the explorer Ernest Shackleton during his unsuccessful attempt to reach the south pole in 1907.

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