The Malt Whisky Yearbook 2006 is a new kind of whisky book. Comprising almost 300 pages the comprehensive book recounts the latest news from the world of malt whiskies and includes many lesser-known facts about distilleries around the world.
Its easy reference style includes hard facts on whisky, such as whisky shops, tips on which malts to buy, independent bottlers, books and magazines, latest figures on sales, production capacity, markets and consumption.
It also has contributions by respected writers such as Michael Jackson and Charlie MacLean.
The Malt Whisky Yearbook 2006 is a must for any serious malt fan.
Priced at £12.95 it is available through the Whisky Magazine store, or through the company’s website.
The layout is quite pleasant, as well as the directory. However, to my suprise, some distilleries are not present. The photographs are nice and the articles from Jackson and McLean rather short with quite some advertisments.
If you just want a directory, then go to the book of Misako Udo.
A decent read for the cover price money but probably wouldn't pay £18 to get it delivered...
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