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Enormous Whisky Infographic

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Wonderful whisky, worshipped by the whole world.

And to celebrate the many varieties of the drink that can be found all across the globe, Pop Chart Lab have created this fantastic print, which shows the connections between, and origins of, over 200 of them.

You can buy the print for $29 (£17) by clicking here, or you can treat yourself to a limited edition wood engraving, available here for $149 (£89).

Meanwhile, click on the images below to zoom in and get a closer look.

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