The 'Shackleton' blend

  Quickbeam 15:40 16 Nov 09
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  Cymro. 16:16 16 Nov 09

Makes me wonder what else is buried in such places.

  Quickbeam 16:21 16 Nov 09

Do you think there might have been a treasure map as well?

  wiz-king 21:54 16 Nov 09

With a bit of temperature control they could centrifuge it to remove the water and have a really good scotch without the rocks.

  peter99co 22:28 16 Nov 09

The crates and bottles are expected to undergo conservation work in New Zealand before being returned to the remote hut.

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  crosstrainer 06:20 17 Nov 09

.......Sacrilege!!

  donki 09:56 17 Nov 09

Ohhhh i bet u hate it when u see someone dirtying the fire water with coke :)!!

  Quickbeam 10:10 17 Nov 09

This whisky's been 'in' ice for a hundred years!

  rawprawn 10:17 17 Nov 09

The original Scotch on the Rocks

  crosstrainer 11:43 17 Nov 09

Aaarrgh! :))

  donki 12:31 17 Nov 09

I am uncultured I know, I apologise. I am more a Jim Beam man anyway, I am not of the age yet to savour it as nature intended.

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