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World whiskey writer Jim Murray, best known for his yearly authoritative whiskey book Jim Murray’s Whisky Bible, is certainly no stranger to controversy in the brown spirits world. His choice last year for his coveted World Whisky of the Year award was the Yamazaki Single Malt Sherry Cask 2013 from Japan. At the time this selection was something the Scotch whisky world was very thrown off by, and now for 2016 this trend of not choosing from that part of the globe continues via a Canadian whisky taking the crown for the same award.

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