A definite reproduction of the whiskey left in Antarctica by Sir Ernest Shackleton during his Antarctic battle someplace in the scope of 1907 and 1909. A Shackleton malt scotch that is extraordinary, rich and penetrated with a mumble of smoke, has a rich and compensating taste with a basic surge of treacle toffee, molasses, demerara sugar, and sweet sultanas, trailed by covered pineapple, recently arranged bread, mango cake and hot idea about wine, completing a sprinkling of Pontefract cake, praline chocolate, and oolong tea. On nose rich vanilla, toffee apple, brioche with jam, trailed by cinnamon zest, cooked apples, banana bread, and ginger cake, completing a hint of fragile smoke, salted bananas, licorice, and crème Brule. Concealing its Dazzling brilliance with flashes of gold.
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