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43) The 140 proof (70% alcohol) is temporarily stored in the spirit receiver. 44) A supply of casks ready for use. They may be new, charred oak or casks in which bourbon or sherry was previously stored. 45) Casks being filled.
46) The new spirit must be aged a minimum of three years, by Scottish law, to be classified as Scotch whisky. 47) Spirit being bottled in the traditional way. 48) But if they leave the storage house door unlocked, and you like living dangerously, bottling isn't required.
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