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Issue 134 - A Thoroughly Good Read

Whisky Magazine Issue 134
March 2016

 

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A Thoroughly Good Read

Recently published whisky related books

Mixology is definitely a buzz word today and our lead book this issue (Craft Spirits) is certainly packed full of very useful information for the budding mixologist. You can discover how to infuse base spirits with artisan flavours and grab the ‘liquid' confidence to create your very own signature cocktail.

We also recommend The Legend of Port Ellen Distillery which traces the history of this long shut down distillery. Diageo continues to release bottlings which are very much sought after.

Please make sure that you visit our website, as detailed below, to get the best deals on all of these great reads, and other books. If your order is over £30 you will receive a free Whisky Tastings Journal.


Craft Spirits
Eric Grossman
ISBN 9780241229682
Bookclub offer: £12.00 plus P&P
(RRP: £14.99)

Featuring more than 250 top-tier craft spirits from across the world, this book guides you through the producers to watch, the spirits to try, and the cocktail techniques to master. It will help you discover the most respected distillers through illustrated profiles on renowned craft spirits, including information on
how each spirit is produced, flavoured and aged, as well as the all important tasting notes. Craft Spirits is a perfect book for budding mixologists, showing you how to conjure up classic and contemporary cocktails at home. Each chapter is devoted to a specific spirit, including vodka, gin, whisky, Bourbon, rum, brandy, cognac, agave spirits and more. The illustrated st...

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