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Jura harbour by twilight.

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Jura's new travel-exclusive Sherry Cask Collection is named after the island's natural wonders.

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Casks are painted different colours at Bruichladdich, to denote how many times they have been filled.

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Lining them up at Bruichladdich.

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Even a small dent in a copper still can alter the flavour of the whisky.

Whisky pilgrimage

The booming whisky tourism is giving Scotland's long history of distilling a fresh vitality
Jun 8, 2018 5:50 AM

IT HAS BECOME something of a travel cliché: whisky drinkers making the pilgrimage to Scotland's world-famous distilleries. But when you're in the cool, low light of the dunnage house at Cardhu in Speyside, surrounded by American oak casks stacked three-high, and sipping a glass poured straight

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