Japanese Whisky. Facts, Figures and Taste

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Japanese Whisky. Facts, Figures and Taste

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Re: Japanese Whisky. Facts, Figures and Taste

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Re: Japanese Whisky. Facts, Figures and Taste

Postby chaschas » Fri Sep 12, 2008 5:21 am

I apologise. I was posting a link to the first review of that book which I thought people here might be interested in. The review is too long to post here (two separate posts and a post from Ulf) but I will summarise it below:

Interesting book. First English language book devoted entirely too Japanese whisky. Nice hardback format. Some very impressive photographs, infact at least two of the distillery spreads show some of the nicest images currently available. One or two pixelated images for very hard to get images. A number of errors, which are corrected in a separate post on Nonjatta, and an important issue with not referencing sources.

I hope that is acceptable.

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Re: Japanese Whisky. Facts, Figures and Taste

Postby Ian Buxton » Thu Sep 18, 2008 6:59 pm

At first glance (copy arrived this morning) this looks impressive. There aren't many books on Japanese whisky so it's probably worth getting this. Very nicely produced.

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Re: Japanese Whisky. Facts, Figures and Taste

Postby corbuso » Tue Nov 04, 2008 9:08 pm

Ian Buxton wrote:At first glance (copy arrived this morning) this looks impressive. There aren't many books on Japanese whisky so it's probably worth getting this. Very nicely produced.

I do agree with you. Just posted the review yesterday on my website.

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