The Whiskies of Scotland: Encounters of a Connoisseur Europe Great Britain Scotland Michael Jackson Duncan Baird Revised editionApr 7
Michael Jackson (1942-2007) was a past winner of the Glenfiddich Trophy and of five Glenfiddich awards for his books (which include the Beer Companion and Malt Whisky Companion), journalism and TV films. He also won the Andre Simon Award. He was Consultant Editor to Whisky Magazine and a columnist for the Malt Advocator. Dominic Roskrow, who has reviewed the text and updated the directory for this new edition, is a former editor of Whisky Magazine and author of Need to Know Whiskies. The photographer Harry Cory Wright (Strand: The Shifting Sands of the Outer Hebrides) beautifully captures the landscape’s magnificent colours and textures.
Glenfiddich Trophy and five-time award winner Michael Jackson goes deep into the world of whisky, visiting 12 distilleries and discussing the terroir that shapes the taste of this classic liquor. Jackson’s passion for Scotland and its national drink comes through clearly and deliciously, and photographer Harry Cory Wright beautifully captures the landscape’s magnificent colors and textures.The Whiskies of Scotland: Encounters of a Connoisseur
The Malt Whisky Map of Scotland
Neil Wilson is a publisher specializing in whisky books and also contributes as a freelance writer on the subject to the national press.
Fully revised and updated
A full-color relief map of Scotland’s whisky landscape with regional tasting notes, distillery profiles and an index of lost distilleries. For whisky lovers, this new map will be essential for your bookshelf or library wall.