What it’s Like to Taste 103-Year-Old Whiskey, as Explained by a Master Distiller — TIME

Richard Paterson knows his way around a whiff of whiskey. The Scotland-based Master Distiller made his name mixing rare and expensive bottles, like a 64-year-old Dalmore that initially sold for as much as $50,000 and can now be found at auction for upwards of $200,000. Paterson, who currently works with Dalmore, is nicknamed “The Nose”…

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