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by Robin Tucek,John Lamond


John Lamond is a Master of Malt and past President of Scotland's Institute of Wines and Spirits. Robin Tucek is a respected industry expert and runs Blackadder, a world-renowned whisky bottling and exporting business.

John Lamond is a Master of Malt and past President of Scotland's Institute of Wines and Spirits. Another great book on the subject is from Charles McLean. For the serious Single Malt Whisky fan, more than one book on the subject is worth having. 20 people found this helpful.

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Organized alphabetically, it is the most comprehensive and user-friendly guide both to the famous and the little-known distilleries of Scotland, Ireland, New Zealand, and Japan, and to their malt whiskies. товар 1 The Malt Whisky File by Lamond, John Hardback Book The Fast Free Shipping -The Malt Whisky File by Lamond, John Hardback Book The Fast Free Shipping. 264,19 RUB. Бесплатная доставка.

This is a comprehensive tasting guide to Scotch Malt Whiskies. It is well organized and reasonably detailed. I enjoy reading the authors description of the attributes of a malt whisky and then try to identify the same scents and flavors in the whisky. For this, the tasting notes are helpful.

For the serious Single Malt Whisky fan, more than one book on the subject is worth having. I actually purchased this book in a sweater shop in Fort William. It was the one book that the distillery blenders and everday whisky fans continuously recommended. I started to take notes in the margins each time I tried a new single malt. The descriptions are brief, but the coverage is rather comprehensive.

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Lamond, John & Robin Tucek, Malt Whisky File, The,Canongate, Edinburgh, 1997. Murphy, Brian, World Book of Whisky, The,Collins, Glasgow/ London, 1978. Murray, Jim, Art of Whisky, The,Public Record Office Publications, Kew, 1998. Lockhart, Sir Robert Bruce, Scotch: The Whisky of Scotland in Fact and Story,Putnam & Company, London, 1974. Mackie, Albert . Scotch Whisky Drinker’s Companion, The,The Ramsay Head Press, Edinburgh, 1973. Murray, Jim, Jim Murray’s Complete Book of Whisky,Carlton, 1997. Pearson, Michael, Iron Road to Whisky Country,Wayzgoose, 2002.

The Malt Whisky File by Robin Tucek & John Lamond. Collecting Malt Whisky 2003 by Martin Green & Malcolm Greenwood. Scotch Whisky by Charles MacLean. Select Currency Euro (€) US Dollar ($) Hong Kong Dollar (HK$) Swedish Krona (SEK) Singapore Dollar (SGD) Australian Dollar (A$) New Taiwan Dollar (NT$) Japanese Yen (¥). Important: Currency exchange rates are constantly changing; this feature is to be used as a guide price only. All final transactions occur in British Pounds (£). Important Notice.

This is a comprehensive guide to both the famous, and little-known, distilleries of Scotland and Ireland, and to their malt whiskies. From Aberfeldy to Tullibardine, from the Lowlands to the Islands, for those distilleries whose whiskies one still has to savour, this book is a useful accompaniment for a wee dram or two. There are 400 detailed tasting notes of single-malt whiskies, this book is a reference work for malt whisky lovers around the world. It features an objective rating system for sweetness, peatiness and availability which should help readers to find a malt whisky akin to their taste. This expanded and revised edition includes special sections on Irish and Japanese malts.

Malt Whisky File epub download

ISBN13: 978-0862416508

ISBN: 0862416507

Author: Robin Tucek,John Lamond

Category: Travel

Subcategory: Europe

Language: English

Publisher: Canongate Books Ltd; 2nd edition (October 31, 1997)

Pages: 240 pages

ePUB size: 1910 kb

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Pettalo
This is a comprehensive tasting guide to Scotch Malt Whiskies. It is well organized and reasonably detailed. I enjoy reading the authors description of the attributes of a malt whisky and then try to identify the same scents and flavors in the whisky. For this, the tasting notes are helpful. Nice photographs of many labels are included.
One approach in the book is unique. The authors attempt to draw a corralation between one whisky and another by assigning values to the peatiness and sweetness (1-10). The authors suggestion is that if you find a whisky you like, you can look up it's rating for peatiness and sweetness, find another with the same rating, say a 5 & 8, and you'll have located another whisky you'll like.
This approach failed to work for me. I found whiskies I liked didn't necessarily match in peatiness or sweetness, or even come close. And, some that matched, I didn't necessarily like. Oh, well, it was a interesting idea.
I believe that the various attributes of a whisky are difficult to capture in these two numbers. But, this shortcoming does not mean you should pass up this book. The more detailed tasting notes are enjoyable and insightful.
As for books with Scotch tasting notes, my personal favorite was written by Michael Jackson. Another great book on the subject is from Charles McLean. (Both available from Amazon.) For the serious Single Malt Whisky fan, more than one book on the subject is worth having.
Pettalo
This is a comprehensive tasting guide to Scotch Malt Whiskies. It is well organized and reasonably detailed. I enjoy reading the authors description of the attributes of a malt whisky and then try to identify the same scents and flavors in the whisky. For this, the tasting notes are helpful. Nice photographs of many labels are included.
One approach in the book is unique. The authors attempt to draw a corralation between one whisky and another by assigning values to the peatiness and sweetness (1-10). The authors suggestion is that if you find a whisky you like, you can look up it's rating for peatiness and sweetness, find another with the same rating, say a 5 & 8, and you'll have located another whisky you'll like.
This approach failed to work for me. I found whiskies I liked didn't necessarily match in peatiness or sweetness, or even come close. And, some that matched, I didn't necessarily like. Oh, well, it was a interesting idea.
I believe that the various attributes of a whisky are difficult to capture in these two numbers. But, this shortcoming does not mean you should pass up this book. The more detailed tasting notes are enjoyable and insightful.
As for books with Scotch tasting notes, my personal favorite was written by Michael Jackson. Another great book on the subject is from Charles McLean. (Both available from Amazon.) For the serious Single Malt Whisky fan, more than one book on the subject is worth having.
Oreavi
Great Book!!!!! Came on time. This is one of the best books for novice scotch drinkers. You learn a lot about the where, the how, and the different regions!
Oreavi
Great Book!!!!! Came on time. This is one of the best books for novice scotch drinkers. You learn a lot about the where, the how, and the different regions!
Nuadora
Very complete descriptions of malt whiskies. Great reference when doing Scotch tastings.
Nuadora
Very complete descriptions of malt whiskies. Great reference when doing Scotch tastings.
Samut
I actually purchased this book in a sweater shop in Fort William. It was the one book that the distillery blenders and everday whisky fans continuously recommended. I started to take notes in the margins each time I tried a new single malt. The descriptions are brief, but the coverage is rather comprehensive. The rankings for sweetness and peatiness, though I often disgaree with them, are helpful in selecting new things to try--if I like one that is a 7/3, I can look for other 7/3 rankings in the book. I always take this along with me when I head to the whisky shop. Highly recommended for anyone who is serious about single malt scotch.
Samut
I actually purchased this book in a sweater shop in Fort William. It was the one book that the distillery blenders and everday whisky fans continuously recommended. I started to take notes in the margins each time I tried a new single malt. The descriptions are brief, but the coverage is rather comprehensive. The rankings for sweetness and peatiness, though I often disgaree with them, are helpful in selecting new things to try--if I like one that is a 7/3, I can look for other 7/3 rankings in the book. I always take this along with me when I head to the whisky shop. Highly recommended for anyone who is serious about single malt scotch.