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Scotch Whisky in a Can Contains Eight Shots of Liquor

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A Panama-based liquor company is producing whisky in a can. The company, Scottish Spirits, is the first to put straight whisky in a can, and it's being promoted as an option for outdoor venues, as it's light-weight and recyclable. Also because people at outdoor venues want to drink lots of whisky?

Scottish Spirits suggests splitting it between three people, because it's the size of a regular beer can. Seriously: it's twelve ounces, or eight shots worth of whisky. Which is a lot for a container that's not resealable.

Also, oddly, Scottish Spirits makes an alcohol-free whisky aimed at Muslim customers. We're not really sure why anyone would want to drink alcohol-free whisky, either.

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Whisky in a Can. [Photo: Scottish Spirits]

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