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To say that Scotch whisky holds sway in the super-premium whisky sector would be a supreme understatement. Sales in the upper price tiers among whisky distillers in the US, Canada and Ireland are dwarfed by those from Scotland. But a new IWSR/just-drinks report suggests that this is beginning to change.


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