I am new to the forums and also new to the world of Whisk(e)y!
I visited Glen Turret distillery last week and fell in love with single malt whisky then. I bought and have almost read 'Malt Whisky: The Complete Guide by Charles MacLean'. Which fascinates me and I am booked in with my local Whisky fellowship to begin exploring the world of Whisky with experienced drinkers.
Ok - so to the point of the post.
I want to know what books people recommend a newbie to read- Is there a good reading list I should work though?
Also, is the Whisky Magazine good for introductions to the Whisky world, as well as experienced drinkers? Because if it will help me learn then I will subscribe to it.
Thanks for your responses in advance.
Should I read anything from the likes of David Broom, Michael Jackson and Charles MacLean?[/quote}
Michael Jackson is always worth a read. In my opinion he was honest with his scores and did not overhype whisky.
His Malt Whisky Yearbooks are definately worth a read.
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