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Shackleton's booze on 02/08/2010 23:33:04 MST Print View

Five crates of whisky and brandy belonging to polar explorer Ernest Shackleton have been recovered after being buried for more than 100 years under the Antarctic ice, explorers said Friday.


Sam Haraldson
(sharalds) - MLife

Locale: Gallatin Range
Shackleton's booze on 02/09/2010 09:22:19 MST Print View

What a great read. I'm curious to hear more about the original company that produced this attempting to recreate the blend.

Tom Caldwell
(Coldspring) - F

Locale: Ozarks
Shackleton's booze on 02/09/2010 09:38:16 MST Print View

I was curious about the butter.

Mo' and Better on 02/09/2010 12:17:47 MST Print View

Tom- Bust me down with and Toastly English Muffin and we're jamming!

Sam- McKinlay and Co, (cant seem to find their webpage tho)


Edited by THUNDERHORSE on 02/09/2010 12:19:52 MST.

Chad Miller

Locale: Duluth, Minnesota
Shackleton's booze on 02/15/2010 09:02:09 MST Print View

MMMMM, 100 year old whisky!

Can you imagine the straned crew though:

"Damn the ships wrecked and we're stuck here!"

"Well at least we have plenty of whisky and brandy! Tim go get the booze!:

"Uh I've got some bad news guys."

Edited by chadnsc on 02/15/2010 09:11:42 MST.