Whisky bond

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A whisky bond, a type of bonded warehouse, is a building where whisky on which excise duty has not yet been paid is stored under lock and key.[1]

The Cheapside Street whisky bond fire in Glasgow on 28 March 1960 was Britain's worst peacetime fire services disaster.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Fiona Macdonald (2012). Whisky, A Very Peculiar History. Andrews UK Limited. ISBN 9781908759245.