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The announcement that US giant Brown-Forman has taken a 10% stake in Glenmorangie has once more brought into question the long-term future of the smaller Scotch producers. Dave Broom, renowned drinks writer and Scotch expert, examines the deal's implications and the threat to the industry it reveals.


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