Malt Whisky: A Taste of Scotland

Malt Whisky: A Taste of Scotland

by Graham Moore
     
 

Like many Scottish traditions, the production of malt whisky is shrouded in romance and history. This visually stunning guide takes us, region by region, to 100 of Scotland’s distilleries, imparting a wealth of insights into the industry along the way. The book looks not only at what whisky is, but also at what makes it so special. Produced with the full

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Like many Scottish traditions, the production of malt whisky is shrouded in romance and history. This visually stunning guide takes us, region by region, to 100 of Scotland’s distilleries, imparting a wealth of insights into the industry along the way. The book looks not only at what whisky is, but also at what makes it so special. Produced with the full cooperation of leading distillers, it reveals the entire process of making whisky. It also explains label jargon, examines the various whisky-producing regions, describes all the distilleries in detail, and provides information for visitors. Highly illustrated with outstanding color photos, Malt Whisky will please both connoisseurs and whisky-loving novices.

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An authoritative, handsomely photographed, large-format guide to malt whisky, talking the reader on a tour of 100 regional distilleries.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781840372908
Publisher:
Crowood Press, Limited, The
Publication date:
03/28/2004
Pages:
192
Product dimensions:
11.10(w) x 10.90(h) x 0.80(d)

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