A reference book is not entirely fit for purpose (to borrow John Reid's buzz-phrase) if it contains numerous and significant inaccuracies.
Please believe that I'm not being malicious - I truly hope that the errors and misinterpretations are corrected and that the book does become a classic reference work. It certainly has the potential.
For what it's worth, I have enjoyed reading Andrew Jefford's "Peat Smoke..." more than any other whisky book. But it's a totally different type of book from those of Barnard, Udo etc.
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