Posted: Wed Oct 31, 2012 4:41 pm Post subject: Malt Whisky Yearbook 2013 Reviewed
I haven't done a book review for a while, and this is one I am sure many of you will already be familiar with as it has been around a few years now.
Beautifully illustrated with over 500 photographs and most of them new since last years edition, the Malt Whisky Yearbook 2013 is more than just a reference guide for any serious whisky drinker it is also a fascinating look into the world of whisky and the people who make it. A book that any whisky enthusiast, whether a beginner or connoisseur can read for pleasure.
The last yearbook i got was the 2010, i think perhaps i could do with an update. I was surprised when i first got it, i expected a whisky facts and figures book but it is really much more and an enjoyable read.
This is one book which i havent got around to buying yet, i may drop some hints for christmas.
It really is a book you need to buy at least once. The facts and figures dont change a great deal each year but it is also full of articles and interviews about whisky which makes it worth buying each year. I usually get mine at christmas also and browse through in the eveing during the christmas holidays while have a dram of 3.
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