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Once the Lowlands in the south of Scotland were full of distilleries, totaling more than 250. They often worked according to the triple-distillation process. At the end of the 19th century, many distilleries switched to the production of cheap, bad alcohol. This gave Lowland whisky a bad name. Many distillers disappeared or switched to grain whisky. Now there are not many distilleries left, and only one still produces according to the triple-distillation process.
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