Except for the rows of unusual bottles arranged on pedestals throughout the ballroom, the large gathering in April at the Mandar
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Typically, single-malt Scotch is aged in ex-bourbon barrels and used sherry casks.
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The Speyside Distillery owned by William Grant & Sons has released the second version of an incredible single malt:
The final creation of Courvoisier’s master blender Jean-Marc Olivier before he retired in 2009, L’Essence de Courvoisier
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