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Scotch Whisky secures GI protection in Cambodia

Cambodia has become the latest country in which Scotch Whisky’s Geographical Indication (GI) has officially been registered, further securing its reputation and protection around the world.

 A product with geographical indication is one whose origin and method of production is recognised as being integral to its reputation. Scotch Whisky’s GI states that it must be distilled using three ingredients (cereals, yeast and water), and matured in Scotland in oak casks for a minimum of three years.

Full article by the Scotch Whiskey Association:

https://www.scotch-whisky.org.uk/newsroom/scotch-whisky-secures-gi-protection-in-cambodia/

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