Master The Art Of Making Scotch: Learn The Art Of Making Whiskey With This In Depth Guide That Teaches You How To Prepare, Produce, Bottle, And Sample Your Own Scotch Whiskey From Home [NOOK Book]

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Scotch has undoubtedly been elevated to the top spot of most popular spirit, however, it is said that if that spirit was not made in Scotland then it has no right baring the name. The land itself lends to this spirit and what is taken is naturally replenished.

Scotch whisky is said to be a nobleman among spirits brought about primarily by what mother earth has to offer. This makes it a popular drink for the naturalist among us. Scotland is so ...
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Master The Art Of Making Scotch: Learn The Art Of Making Whiskey With This In Depth Guide That Teaches You How To Prepare, Produce, Bottle, And Sample Your Own Scotch Whiskey From Home

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Overview

Scotch has undoubtedly been elevated to the top spot of most popular spirit, however, it is said that if that spirit was not made in Scotland then it has no right baring the name. The land itself lends to this spirit and what is taken is naturally replenished.

Scotch whisky is said to be a nobleman among spirits brought about primarily by what mother earth has to offer. This makes it a popular drink for the naturalist among us. Scotland is so abundant in natural recourses from the moors of peat to the endless flowing fields of barley and wheat which is why it is the perfect place for brewing this tasty drink.

The production of Scotch whisky takes time, a lot of time. It is a tedious process that can take years. However when it is done correctly, the product is one worth waiting for. Making scotch at home is becoming as increasingly popular as brewing your own beer at home. It's a hobby many people are getting into these days and it is the purpose of this book to educate hobbyists and those who intend to make money from making their own scotch on the proper way to go about it successfully. From this book, you will get information on the history of scotch, were it all started and how it developed into different blends as it traveled around the globe. In addition, the entire production, bottling and sampling process is also discussed in detail so anyone can make their own scotch from home.

So, let's give a toast to your fine scotch --- in the making!
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012206169
  • Publisher: KMS Publishing
  • Publication date: 1/25/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 609,489
  • File size: 40 KB

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