I think you could safely say that it's a very thorough reference book but not one to read with a dram.
It'll be a good resource for my whisky library.
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eelbrook wrote:Definately not a photo-filled coffee table book. And no tasting notes.
But filled with hundreds of pages of detailed distillery notes. Each distillery's cat is even named (or stoats in the case of Laphroaig).
The ultimate book for the 'whisky anorak'.
Well done Misako!
Hey Eelbrook ,
What is your comment when I say if you got the books Scotch Missed (Brian Townsend), The Scottish Whisky Distilleries (by Misako Udo) combined will give us all the information you need to know about distilleries.
To my opinion these books are far out the best published so far (I mean by new realeses)
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