A Whisky with Glacier Water from Greenland

If you would like to contribute to “The Polar Academy”, a limited edition whisky has been developed using water from the Sermilik Fjord, collected by the Scottish explorer Craig Mathieson, a member of the “Royal Scottish Geographical Society”. It’s a new whisky from the “Bruichladdich” distillery, located on the Isle of Islay, in Scotland. “The Polar Academy” is a charitable organization whose mission is to help troubled teenagers by way of motivational expeditions in Greenland.

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