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- Commended for IACP Crystal Whisk Award (Beverage/Ref/Technical) 2015
- Mitchell Beazley
- , black & white illustrations, colour illustrations, maps, frontispiece
- 292 x 231 x 30 mm
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- 1789 g
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Gratis frakt inom Sverige över 159 kr för privatpersoner.How does one unravel the complexities of whisky? How does one define the flavors and aromas that create the most deliciously teasing and satisfying of drinks? This essential guide to the water of life groups whiskies by style, allowing the reader to identify new whiskies to try from around the world. So, experiment with a new taste or relax with an old favorite and prepare to immerse yourself. The World Atlas of Whisky includes detailed maps, samples single malts from Aberfeldy to Tormore, great blends from Bushmills to Yoichi and the best of the bourbons and ryes from Barton to Wild Turkey. It offers tasting notes on over 300 selected expressions. In-depth descriptions of all the key Scottish distilleries can be found here, while Ireland, Japan, the USA, Canada and the rest of the world are given exhaustive coverage.
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Giorgio Berardi, 14 april 2018
The World Atlas of Whisky is an excellent read for both whisky connoisseurs and the uninitiated, for those who have never downed a dram (and are just curious) and those who have been distillery-hopping for years. It is comprehensive, it is informative, also, it is entertaining! Nothing more to add, except for - perhaps - skål!
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Splendid and authoritative. --Susy Atkins, The Telegraph Simply the best book ever written on whisky . . . the most helpful info any whisky fan who is not a world-class expert like Broom can get.--Larry Olmsted, Forbec.com Makes a powerful and evocative case for geography as an organizing principle for understanding whiskey in its world.--Eric Asimov, The New York Times
Dave Broom has written 13 books, including The World Atlas of Whisky, now in its second edition. He has won many awards, including two Glenfiddich prizes and, in 2013, he won the prestigious IWSC Communicator of the Year Award. In 2015, he won The Spirited Award for Best Cocktail & Spirits writer, and, in 2018, The Way of Whisky won an Andre Simon prize. In 2020 he was awarded Best Drinks Writer at the Fortnum & Mason awards. He has been a contributing editor to Whisky Magazine, scotchwhisky,com and Malt Advocate. In 2020 he started his own website thewhiskymanual.uk. He has made two films, Cuba In A Bottle and The Amber Light. The latter, an examination on whisky and Scottish culture, won Best Programme at the 2020 Fortnum & Mason awards. Over his three-plus decades in the field, Dave has built up a considerable international following with regular training/educational visits to Japan, France, Holland, Scandinavia, Germany, Africa and North America. He is actively involved in whisky education and also acts as a consultant to major distillers on tasting techniques as well as training professionals and the public. Dave has also worked with Suntory in developing a language of tasting that communicates Japanese concepts to English speaking audiences. Dave's previous books also include Whisky: The Manual, Gin: The Manual, Rum: The Manual and The Way of Whisky.