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A Chinese man spent Rs 6.4 lakh on a single shot of 1878 single-malt whisky - it turned out to be fake!
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A Chinese man spent Rs 6.4 lakh on a single shot of 1878 singl...

A Chinese millionaire paid nearly USD 10,000 for a single shot of one of the world's oldest and most expensive whiskies which was later exposed as a fake made in the 1970s, laboratory tests have concluded. DNA, 1 month ago

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Water over single-malt whisky?

Over the course of 10 days, the Lea-Wilsons send filtered tap water through loops that use oak chips and oak dust
 Business Standard2 months ago

Splurging on wine and whisky is a smart investment!

Avantika Bhuyan uncorks the business of vintage wines and spirits. Fine wines have now emerged as an alternative commodity investment.Photograph: Patrick Aventurier/Getty Images.   A few years ago, several dusty bottles of an unknown spirit were discovered in the ancient cellars of Harewood House in Yorkshire. The owners of the 18th-century country house called in experts from Christie's to assess the find. The explorations that followed led the auction house team to a cellar book ...
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'Rum is the true spirit of India'

'In Sri Lanka, they told me if you remove the India branding from the bottle, we'll buy it.''I told them the reason we have India in the logo is because we are proud and want to showcase the product.''Just to sell, I won't sell my soul.'With tiger stripes and India in its logo, Gautom Menon wants to put an Indian rum on top of the world. IMAGE: Gautom Menon, founder-chief brand officer, Wild Tiger Rum, wants Indian rum to capture the world's imagination like Guinness or Corona. Photographs: ...
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How Big Brother Stole Diwali

Gone are the days of over-the-top Diwali parties, says Kishore Singh.This year round, the taxman is the invisible -- and unwanted -- guest at these once extravagant affairs.Illustrations: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com There is no shortage of black humour this festive season. "Been playing teen-patti?" "No, I don't have a GSTIN yet." The Goods and Services Tax is proving a helluva party-pooper as this conversation among guests proves. "Have you paid advance GST yet?" "No, I don't expect to win more ...
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