Live Aid Whisky
Two special decanters that contain Speyside malts are being sold to make money for Make Poverty History. The whisky was created for the 20th anniversary of Live Aid and all the whisky used is at least 20 years old. The malt whisky was collected from a variety of distilleries by a team from Whisky magazine during a charity walk for Make Poverty History. The whisky was blended by Richard Paterson of Whyte & Mackay and there was only enough whisky for two bottles. The two decanters were designed by Glencairn Glass and one will be auctioned off at the Whisky Magazine whisky show in New York in April. Whisky Magazine is accepting bids for the other decanter.