Whisky Magazine Issue 128
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Coming up in the whisky book world
Our book of the month is Edradour by Andrew Cameron and it's not often that we receive books entirely centered on one distillery. Andrew felt the need to update the book from its first printing seven years ago and although very small and compact, it fits a lot in and is a good worthwhile read. The aim of the Whisky Magazine book club is to offer our readers the best in whisky books, but if you know of a whisky related book that we are not showing then please do get in touch. I am always looking for new titles and although publishers do tend to send me review copies, there is always going to be something I miss. Please make sure that you go to our website to get the best book deals.
Bookclub offer: £7.00 plus P&P
The Edradour Distillery is the smallest, longest running distillery in Scotland and receives 50,000 visitors a year from all over the world. As the last remaining distillery of its size, visitors get a true sense of how a distillery worked in the 19th Century. This small and very compact book, illustrated in full colour, gives a full history of the distillery from its inception in about 1837. The book, subtitled ‘The Myth, the Mafia and the Magic,' tracks the history of the distillery from the days of illicit distilling in the 18th Century and how it got involved with the New York Mafia. The book has been thoroughly updated since it was first published seven years ago and much has changed. The distillery ...