The sixth edition of this classic whisky tome is the first update since the passing of its author, Michael Jackson, in 2008. For this edition the text has been updated and additional tasting notes supplied by Dominic Roskrow, Gavin D. Smith and William C. Myers.
A book describing a different whisky classification system to the regional one that we usually see, breaking down distilleries based on flavour profile instead. This 10th anniversary is fully updated and features more distilleries and whiskies than ever before.
Some absolutely gorgeous recipes here, perfect for anyone trying to convince their better half that whisky can be fun. Just rustle up your lady a Double Chocolate Drambuie Dream and she'll find it hard to say no. To another Double Chocolate Drambuie Dream.
The 10th edition of Simon Diffords encyclopedic cocktail bible. A hardbacked tome packed with over 3000 recipes and detailed down to the appropriate glassware, it's a must have for any lover of cocktails from the pro to the enthusiastic amateur.
Author: Richard Paterson & Gavin D Smith / Whisky Book
The legend speaks! Anyone who's ever been to a tasting by Richard Paterson will want a copy of this new work, subtitled 'The passionate revelations of a Scotch Whisky Master Blender'. Sounds pretty racy, doesn't it?
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.
A paperback edition of 2011's coffee table hardback guide through Dominic Roskrow's favourite drams from around the world. Beautifully photographed and unfussily written, this is a great way to find some new drams.