101 World Whiskies to Try Before You Die
101 WORLD WHISKIES TO TRY BEFORE YOU DIE is the companion guide to 2010's 101 WHISKIES TO TRY BEFORE YOU DIE. Ian Buxton again eschews the obvious whiskies and recommends another 101 whiskies that he believes every whisky lover should taste. In Ian Buxton's new collection of whisky recommendations he has cast his net wider. He includes not only whiskies from the established whisky-producing countries, but also many newcomers. The book includes whiskies from Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, the Czech Republic, England, Finland, France, Germany, Holland, India, Ireland, Japan, Scotland, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, USA and Wales. All the whiskies included are both affordable and accessible. Ian Buxton does not believe in collecting whiskies or investing in whisky. He believes in tasting and enjoying the huge range of whiskies that are available. The book includes single malts and blends - and provocatively a few renegade suggestions that are bound to offend purists.
- Hardback | 224 pages
- 117 x 185 x 22mm | 330g
- 05 Jul 2012
- Headline Publishing Group
- Hachette Scotland
- London, United Kingdom
- Trade Paperback.
- 110 Illustrations, unspecified
'One of the industry's most illustrious tipplers' -- coolhunting.com 'Buxton's guide encourages you to seek out and try whiskies that you might not have thought about before...So what are you waiting for? It's time to start delving in and ticking them off.' -- Whisky Magazine 'witty and irreverent' -- Daily Express
About Ian Buxton
Ian Buxton is a former Marketing Director of Glenmorangie and has worked in the industry for more than 20 years. He now runs a successful consultancy business. He was elected a Keeper of the Quaich in 1991, the highest honour of the Scotch whisky industry, and is a member of the international tasting panel for the annual World Whisky Awards and a Liveryman of the Worshipful Company of Distillers. He lives in Perthshire on the site of a former distillery from where he conducts his love affair with Scotland's national drink.
Why can't more whisky books be like this? Dramatic Whisky