30-SECOND WHISKY

Subtitle The 50 essential elements of producing and enjoying the world's whiskies, each explained in half a minute

Charles MacLean
Price £14.99
Description Description

The bestselling 30-Second… series takes a revolutionary approach to learning about those subjects you feel you should really understand.

Each title selects a popular topic and dissects it into the 50 most significant ideas at its heart. Every idea, no matter how complex, is explained in 300 words and one image, all digestible in just 30 seconds.

30-Second Whisky uses this unique approach to demystify the subject for everyone. Compiled by whisky experts, not elites, this beginner’s guide serves up all you need to read the message in the bottle in 50 small nips--or rather, a mere 300 words and one picture.

Here’s how to enjoy whisky--or whiskey--from the single malts and blends of Scotland to the acclaimed Irish, North American, and Asian counterparts.

Subject area:
Series:
Series 30 Second
Format:
Format Hardcover Book 160 Pages
ISBN:
ISBN 9781782404903
Size:
Size7.09 in x 9.06 in / 180.00 mm x 230.00 mm
Published:
Published Date October 5th, 2017
Charles MacLean

Charles MacLean has been described by The Times as “Scotland’s leading whisky expert.” He has been researching and writing about whisky for 35 years, and has published 15 books on the subject, including Malt Whisky, which won a Glenfiddich Award, and Whisky: A Liquid History, which won "Wine & Spirits Book of the Year" in the James Beard Awards 2005 and "Best Drinks Book" in the International Food Media Awards 2005. He was founding editor of Whisky Magazine (1997), contributes regularly to many publications, and has written historical and promotional materials for all the leading Scotch whisky companies. He is a member of the Judging Panel (Spirits) of the International Wines & Spirits Competition, was runner-up as "Communicator of the Year" in the 2003 IWSC Awards, and won "Outstanding Achievement of the Year in Scotch Whisky" in the 2012 Awards. He was elected a Keeper of the Quaich in 1992, and elevated to Master of the Quaich in 2009.

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