|Scotch on the Rocks|
|Friday, 13 August 2010 11:58|
According to an article in the Toronto Star, the case of antique liquor, uncovered in 2006, was only opened this week, to reveal 11 bottles of Mackinlay’s Scotch whisky, which one supposes was meant to help Shackleton keep warm during the long Antarctic nights.
According to the Star, samples of the liquid will be sent back to Scotland for analysis, but Kiwi museum curators also add that there will not be a tasting session anytime soon.
For the complete article, click here.