Popular Whiskey BooksFrom Bourbon women to malt Scotch production, these are the top 10 whisky education books any spirits boffin should own. Some are encyclopaedic tomes which offer a concise and invaluable information, while others cater for a more niche and specialised consumer base. Click through the follow pages to discover our pick of the top 10 whisky education books. Let us know by leaving a comment below. Whisky Classified by David Wishart is the only book working with a objective system to rate whiskies. A must-have for anyone interested in the different flavor aspects. Hope you research a little harder next year.
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This is simply the best book ever written on whisky. Since I write a fair amount on wines and spirits, and especially whiskies, I have amassed a decent library of books on these subjects for reference. He has been writing on whisky for a quarter of a century and contributes regularly to the Daily Telegraph and many other UK publications. In short, he knows a wee bit about the water of life. But knowing is not the same as telling, and this is where Broom excels - at imparting useful information. Well, those words do appear here, in detailed flavor and tasting profiles of each whisky covered, but they are incidental to the larger missions which are describing the house style and major bottlings of very major whisky producer on earth, and even more importantly, giving concrete suggestions for what new things you should try if you already like something. This is about the most helpful info any whisky fan who is not a world-class expert like Broom can get.
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The options go way beyond bottles. Whiskey in a Teacup— Reese Witherspoon. You searched for: whiskey lover! Anyone with a genuine passion for whisky loves reading about it almost as much as they enjoy drinking it. The Irish Whiskey Museum. And a host of new whisky books. These gifts will be a hit with the whiskey lovers in your life.
With more than whiskies reviewed and a checklist so you can taste along at home, the book is a comprehensive companion for tastings, wish lists, deep dives, and introductions to new-to-you scotches. Hacking Whiskey By Aaron Goldfarb. Your mother may have warned you against playing with your food, but Whisky Advocate contributor Aaron Goldfarb encourages you to play with your whisky in this light-hearted tome that thumbs its nose at drinkers who take themselves—and their bottles—too seriously. Ever wanted to flavor your bourbon with bacon? Make jello shots with Pappy Van Winkle? Bathe in a tub full of whisky? Goldfarb will show you how.
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