A RARE bottle of whisky, that will ultimately by handed to The Queen, will first make a stop at Elgin Museum.
Moray Lord Lieutenant Grenville Johnston was today handed the 60-year-old decanter of Glen Grant from representatives of Elgin business Gordon & MacPhail.
After the whisky has been displayed to the public in the museum, the Lord Lieutenant will deliver it to The Queen as part of the Diamond Jubilee celebrations.
Lieutenant Johnston commented: "The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee will be celebrated around the world and Moray is no exception.
"Gordon & MacPhail’s decision to bottle this whisky in its 60th year is a fitting tribute to Her Majesty and her decades of service to the British people."
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