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Issue 122 - What's New on the Shelf

Whisky Magazine Issue 122
September 2014


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What's New on the Shelf

What's coming up in the whisky book world

T here are some really good books coming out in the near future and the first one of which is Ian Buxton's third in his 101 series. 101 Legendary Whiskies will be published on 28 August.

Towards the end of the year Neil Ridley and Joel Harrison's (regular contributors to Whisky Magazine) first book together Distilled is due out on 6 October and its subtitled ‘From absinthe and brandy to vodka and whisky, the world's finest artisan spirits unearthed, explained and enjoyed.' We will be reviewing this in issue 123. And finally the book to beat all books and one of the best books on the subject, Dave Broom's World Whisky Atlas new edition will be published on 6 October.

101 Legendary Whiskies
Ian Buxton
ISBN 9781472210678
Bookclub offer: £12.00 plus P&P
(RRP: £14.99)

The third book in Ian Buxton's 101 series is a must-have for whisky connoisseurs, introducing readers to some of the rarest, the finest and the most expensive whiskies in the world. These drams may be extraordinarily hard to find, impossible to buy or literally the sole survivor of a long- lost distillery – some are even priceless – but for the first time ever, they are assembled here to ‘savour.' Some of the Ferraris of whisky, luxury thoroughbreds beyond the reach of all but the most fortunate, discerning and wealthy of enthusiasts and collectors. Some are whisky's equivalent to the Model T Ford, once ubiquitous, but now rendered exceptional by the passage of time. Ian Buxton is a contributor to Wh...

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