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Shape Shifters: How well is 3 Ships Whiskey doing?

Andy Watts, Master Distiller at Three Ships, spoke about the conservative history of Three Ships whiskey.

The whiskey brand released a 10-year-old bottle two years ago and every year we will release a 10-year single malt.

Andy Watts, Master Distiller at Three Ships.

He insists that people should be able to find a bottle anywhere they go in South Africa.

As our volumes grow we will become selective in certain markets… whiskey is popular all over the world.

Andy Watts, Master Distiller at Three Ships.
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