Tag Archives: South Pole

• Scientists Recreate Shackleton’s 100-Year Old Whiskey

Scientists Recreate Shackleton’s 100-Year Old Whiskey

Further proof that science is amazing: Scottish researchers have painstakingly worked to recreate the 100-year old whisky that explorer extraordinaire Ernest Shackleton brought with him on an Arctic voyage in 1907, and the successful results are now available by the bottle for your drinking pleasure. How did they do it? The Journal of the Institute […]

• Recreated Shackleton’s whisky deemed delicious & ready for its close-up

Recreated Shackleton’s whisky deemed delicious & ready for its close-up

The whisky found under the Antarctic explorer’s hut has been recreated and is ready for sipping. Few of us would want to relive Ernest Shackleton’s arduous and ultimately unsuccessful trek to the South Pole 103 years ago. But a Glasgow distillery is betting that a whole lot of people will want to sip the Scotch […]