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Tea spooning: Practice gaining in popularity amongst distillers. Tea spooning consists in adding a small amount of whisky from a distillery (e.g., Glenfiddich) into a cask containing the produce of another distillery (preferably from the same company, e.g., Balvenie) resulting in a "blended (vatted)" malt, containing, e.g., 1% of Glenfiddich and 99% of Balvenie named Burnside. This practice prevents purchasers of these casks to sell them under the distillery's name.