Jim Murray's 2010 Bible has over 1000 new entries, which works out as an average of around three every single day. But he does all the work for the Bible in a liver-cringing three or four months. For that alone he deserves a medal.
Musings on Millwall and Mortlach from Mr Murray this year, with more than 1000 new entries, taking the total to over 4500 tasting notes. Whisky of the Year is Ballantine's 17yo, a cracking blend that Jim's been championing for some years now. As ever the scores will continue to provoke debate, but this remains an essential purchase for legions of malt fans.
The 2012 update to Jim Murray's yearly Whisky Bible, complete with his top whiskies of the year. The winner this year was Old Pulteney 21 year old, a fine whisky that it's good to see get a kick up the charts. As ever, this year's edition is bursting with over 1200 new whiskies tasted and will provoke much debate amongst whisky aficionados.
The 2014 edition of Jim Murray's much loved but ever controversial Whisky Bible. A guide to over 4,500 whiskies according to Jim Murray's palate, with scores that are perused by everyone working in the world of whisky. Whether you agree with his opinions or not, this is one of the most important books of the whisky year.
A precursor to his now annual Whisky Bible series, this 1998 edition from Mr Murray gives details on whiskies from Scotland and beyond, giving notes on various expressions from distilleries and why he does (or indeed doesn't) like it.