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Whiskey on the blockchain? Everything is possible

Whiskey on the blockchain? Everything is possible

Fusion and Adelphi Whisky Distillery announced that they will release The Winter Queen is a cocktail of Scotch and malt whisky and Dutch innovative blockchain technology. It is worth noting, The Winter Queenthis is not the first brand of whiskey, which is used for the production and implementation of blockchain technology. Fusion Whisky already have a similar productin March the company began to produce Australian whiskey Brisbane.

Bruce, managing Director of Adelphi Distillery, said that blockchain will help the company to provide unprecedented information about the origin of alcohol. Buyers will be able to track each point in the production of the drinkfrom the collection of barley to the process of bottling and distribution.

The Winter Queen is the next product in a series of drinks dedicated to influential Scots who have had a significant impact on the development of the stateproducer of whiskey. According to the manufacturer, The Winter Queen was created in honor of Scottish Princess E. Stewart.

One of the representatives of this seriesthe Gloverfirst released in 2015, is a mixture of Scottish and very rare whiskey famous Japanese distillery Hanyu. This whiskey released in memory of Thomas Blake Glover, who played an important role in the modernization of Japan in the second half of the 19th century.


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