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The Complete Whiskey Couse

Sterling Publishing

"A must-read for aspiring connoisseurs, and a thorough refresher for seasoned whisky lovers. "--Whiskey Advocate
"One of the best Whiskey books of all time" - BookAuthority
Top 10 Whiskey Books of 2020 - 9.2 rating - TopProReviews
Winner of the Gourmand Award in the Drink Education category (US).
The definitive book on understanding and appreciating the exploding world of whiskey.
Renowned whiskey educator Robin Robinson demystifies the "water of life" in a definitive, heavily illustrated tome designed to take readers on a global tour of the ever-expanding world of whiskey. Across ten robust "classes," Robinson explains whiskey history, how it defined the way whiskey is made in different countries and regions, the myriad styles, how aging and finishing works, and the basics of "nosing" and tasting whiskey. In chapters dedicated to American whiskey (including bourbon, Tennessee whiskey, and rye), American Craft whiskey, Scotch, Irish, Canadian, Japanese, and world whiskies, Robinson presents the best offerings from new and historic producers, how to choose among them, and how to build a collection of your own. Each "class" is a journey into a country's whiskies and makers, including recommended bottles and styles, as well as insider information on how distilleries make their unique offerings. Each chapter includes themed tastings organized by bargain, value, special occasion, and splurge price categories. This thoroughly up-to-date and wide-ranging guide also offers helpful recommendations on how to lead your own tasting, a glossary of terms, food pairings, and tips on everything from glassware to whiskey festivals and how to read a label.
$ 27.95
$ 27.95
"A must-read for aspiring connoisseurs, and a thorough refresher for seasoned whisky lovers. "--Whiskey Advocate
"One of the best Whiskey books of all time" - BookAuthority
Top 10 Whiskey Books of 2020 - 9.2 rating - TopProReviews
Winner of the Gourmand Award in the Drink Education category (US).
The definitive book on understanding and appreciating the exploding world of whiskey.
Renowned whiskey educator Robin Robinson demystifies the "water of life" in a definitive, heavily illustrated tome designed to take readers on a global tour of the ever-expanding world of whiskey. Across ten robust "classes," Robinson explains whiskey history, how it defined the way whiskey is made in different countries and regions, the myriad styles, how aging and finishing works, and the basics of "nosing" and tasting whiskey. In chapters dedicated to American whiskey (including bourbon, Tennessee whiskey, and rye), American Craft whiskey, Scotch, Irish, Canadian, Japanese, and world whiskies, Robinson presents the best offerings from new and historic producers, how to choose among them, and how to build a collection of your own. Each "class" is a journey into a country's whiskies and makers, including recommended bottles and styles, as well as insider information on how distilleries make their unique offerings. Each chapter includes themed tastings organized by bargain, value, special occasion, and splurge price categories. This thoroughly up-to-date and wide-ranging guide also offers helpful recommendations on how to lead your own tasting, a glossary of terms, food pairings, and tips on everything from glassware to whiskey festivals and how to read a label.

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