In the world of whisky “ghost distilleries” possess a persistent mysticism. It’s easy to understand why. The term refers to facilities that have long since shuttered and yet a precious, ever-dwindling supply of liquid remains stored away, awaiting bottling. Once this stock is gone, it’s time to give up the ghost for good—because this particular place will be nothing more than a memory. And since people invariably want what they can’t have, these scant supplies consistently fetch a sizable fortune on the open market.
If you’re an avid fan of whisky, you’ve no doubt heard of some of the most sought after examples: Port Ellen and
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