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Jefford Column - Bruichladdich, an end to silence

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This month Andrew Jefford travels to Scotland to the historic setting of Islay to analyse the latest independent hope for Scotch whisky in the form of Bruichladdich's rebirth. Despite the lack of multinational investment he finds the distillery's future well set.


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