In June 1907, the Glen Mhor distillery in Inverness, Scotland, received an order from the famous explorer Ernest Shackleton for a total of 46 cases of Mackinlay's Rare Old Highland Malt – one of the more indulgent items included among the provisions designed to sustain his British Antarctic Expedition of 1907. A number of cases were found under the ice in 2010 and led to this recreation special edition bottling. Includes a booklet on the whisky and the expedition with a map of the 1907 expedition, and recreation of letters and photographs pertaining to the expedition.
47.3% ABV / 70cl
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