A collection of writings on whisky and beer published to honour the memory of Michael Jackson. With contributions from the most respected experts in both fields and all profits going to the Parkinson's Disease Society, there's just no excuse not to buy it.
This idiosyncratic pocket guide to the world's most interesting drams has been one of our bestsellers this year. As one might expect from Ian Buxton, the list has its controversies and will no doubt provoke a debate as to what should or shouldn't have been included. Tremendous fun.
A follow-up to Ian Buxton's preview '101 Whiskies', expanding the reach to the whole world and examining lots of the interesting bottlings that are becoming increasingly available. WARNING: Contains 102 whiskies.
A very fancy coffee-table volume on the historic Dewar's brand from Ian Buxton, who has written an extensive history of the brand, together with profiles of key figures and a look at the Aberfeldy distillery now at the heart of the blend. The book is also a visual delight, packed with ancient photos and amusing old adverts.